United States - Domestic Extraction Used Per Capita of Fossil Fuel

Since 2014, United States Domestic Extraction Used Per Capita of Fossil Fuel fell by 0.3% year on year. With 5.98 Thousand Kilograms Per Capita in 2019, the country was number 20 among other countries in Domestic Extraction Used Per Capita of Fossil Fuel. United States is overtaken by Azerbaijan, which was ranked number 19 at 6.47 Thousand Kilograms Per Capita and is followed by Iraq at 5.2 Thousand Kilograms Per Capita. Qatar lead the ranking with 78.33 Thousand Kilograms Per Capita in 2019, a decrease of 0.4% versus 2018. Kuwait, Norway and Brunei respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Latvia recorded the best 5 years average growth at +9.9% per year, while Mauritania was the worst growing country at -43.9% per year.

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Date Thousand Kilograms Per Capita
2019 5.98
2018 5.97
2017 5.96
2016 5.95
2015 5.95
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How does United States rank in Domestic Extraction Used Per Capita of Fossil Fuel?

# 124 Countries Thousand Kilograms Per Capita Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Qatar
78.33 2019 -0.4 % -0.1 % View data
2 #2
Kuwait
42.63 2019 -1.4 % -0.6 % View data
19 #19
Azerbaijan
6.47 2019 +1.7 % +2.0 % View data
20 #20
United States
5.98 2019 +0.1 % -0.3 % View data
21 #21
Iraq
5.20 2019 +1.3 % +2.5 % View data
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