Georgia - GDP Energy Intensity

Since 2009, Georgia GDP Energy Intensity grew 1.6% year on year. With 128.58 Kilograms Of Oil Equivalent Per Thousand US Dollars PPP = 2011 in 2014, the country was ranked number 44 among other countries in GDP Energy Intensity. Georgia is overtaken by Tajikistan, which was ranked number 43 with 131.71 Kilograms Of Oil Equivalent Per Thousand US Dollars PPP = 2011 and is followed by Armenia at 127.72 Kilograms Of Oil Equivalent Per Thousand US Dollars PPP = 2011. Democratic Republic of the Congo topped the ranking with 496.04 Kilograms Of Oil Equivalent Per Thousand US Dollars PPP = 2011 in 2014, that is a fall of 4.6% compared to 2013. Trinidad and Tobago, Iceland and Mozambique respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Libya witnessed the best average annual growth at +9.7% per year, while Lithuania recorded the worst performance at -7.8% per year.

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Date Kilograms Of Oil Equivalent Per Thousand US Dollars PPP = 2011
2014 128.58
2013 119.18
2012 117.39
2011 119.47
2010 113.03
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How does Georgia rank in GDP Energy Intensity?

# 129 Countries Kilograms Of Oil Equivalent Per Thousand US Dollars PPP = 2011 Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Democratic Republic of the Congo
496.04 2014 -4.5 % +0.6 % View data
2 #2
Trinidad and Tobago
460.81 2014 +0.8 % -0.3 % View data
43 #43
Tajikistan
131.71 2014 +1.1 % -1.4 % View data
44 #44
Georgia
128.58 2014 +7.9 % +1.6 % View data
45 #45
Armenia
127.72 2014 -1.5 % -1.6 % View data
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