Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Top 25 World Oil Consumers, 2009-2010 -- EIA

by Aaron and David Rachovich


Total Petroleum Consumption,* 2009-2010  



Rank
Country
Year 2010 (thousand barrels per day)
Year 2009 (thousand barrels per day)
Share of  world total, 2010
1.
United States
19,148
18,771
22.5%
2.
China**
 8,746
 8,678
10.3%
3.
Japan
4,422
4,367
5.2%
4.
India
3,215
3,110
3.8%
5.
Russia
2,686
2,740
3.1%
6.
Saudi Arabia
2,676
2,438
3.1%
7.
Brazil
2,599
2,522
3.0%
8.
Germany
2,489
2,456
2.9%
9.
South Korea
2,249
2,185
2.6%
10.
Canada
2,232
2,151
2.6%
11.
Mexico
2,141
2,084
2.5%
12.
Iran
1,898
1,691
2.2%
13.
France
1,814
1,828
2.1%
14.
United Kingdom
1,626
1,667
1.9%
15.
Italy
1,503
1,528
1.8%
16.
Spain
1,440
1,466
1.7%
17.
Indonesia
1,093
1,268
1.3%
18.
Netherlands
1,026
1,016
1.2%
19.
Australia
959
947
1.1%
20.
Thailand
920
940
1.1%
 21. 
Venezuela
918
723
1.1%
22.
Taiwan
908
971
1.1%
23.
Singapore
876
927
1.0%
24.
Iraq
740
636
0.9%
25.
Egypt
681
716
0.8%
Top 25 countries
69,005
67,826
80.9%
Rest of world
16,281
16,324
19.1%
World total
85,286
84,150
100.0%



*Total Petroleum Consumption includes internal consumption, refinery fuel and loss, and bunkering. Also included, where available, is direct combustion of crude oil.
**Including Hong Kong and Macau. Hong Kong's consumption was 358,000 b/d in 2010 and 338,000 b/d in 2009. Macau's consumption was 17,000 b/d in 2010 and 16,000 b/d in 2009.

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), International Energy Statistics, here

(Figures above may be updated at any time by EIA. Please compare the EIA data above to the BP's data, especially regarding China, "Top 21 World Oil Consumers, 2007-2010 -- BP." Please see update: "World's 22 Largest Oil Consumers, 2007-2011 -- BP." Also, please see our post "Oil Consumption by EU-Member States, 2007-2010 -- EIA," here. Moreover, please see our post "World's Top 20 Crude Oil Producers, Nov. 2010 -- EIA," here. -- D.R.)

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