Top World Oil Producers, Exporters, Consumers, and Importers, 2004

(millions of barrels per day)

 Producers1 Total oil
production
 Exporters2 Net oil
exports
 Consumers3 Total oil
consumption
 Importers4 Net oil
imports
 1. Saudi Arabia 10.37  1. Saudi Arabia 8.73  1. United States 20.5  1. United States 11.8
 2. Russia 9.27  2. Russia 6.67  2. China 6.5  2. Japan 5.3
 3. United States 8.69  3. Norway 2.91  3. Japan 5.4  3. China 2.9
 4. Iran 4.09  4. Iran 2.55  4. Germany 2.6  4. Germany 2.5
 5. Mexico 3.83  5. Venezuela 2.36  5. Russia 2.6  5. South Korea 2.1
 6. China 3.62  6. United Arab Emirates 2.33  6. India 2.3  6. France 2.0
 7. Norway 3.18  7. Kuwait 2.20  7. Canada 2.3  7. Italy 1.7
 8. Canada 3.14  8. Nigeria 2.19  8. Brazil 2.2  8. Spain 1.6
 9. Venezuela 2.86  9. Mexico 1.80  9. South Korea 2.1  9. India 1.5
10. United Arab Emirates 2.76 10. Algeria 1.68 10. France 2.0 10. Taiwan 1.0
11. Kuwait 2.51 11. Iraq 1.48 11. Mexico 2.0    
12. Nigeria 2.51 12. Libya 1.34        
13. United Kingdom 2.08 13. Kazakhstan 1.06        
14. Iraq 2.03 14. Qatar 1.02        
NOTE: OPEC members in italics.
1. Table includes all countries with total oil production exceeding 2 million barrels per day in 2004. Includes crude oil, natural gas liquids, condensate, refinery gain, and other liquids.
2. Includes all countries with net exports exceeding 1 million barrels per day in 2004.
3. Includes all countries that consumed more than 2 million barrels per day in 2004.
4. Includes all countries that imported more than 1 million barrels per day in 2004.
Source: Energy Information Administration (EIA). www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/cabs/ .

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