Friday, September 19, 2014

World's Top 20 Natural Gas Exporters -- EIA

by David Rachovich

Exports of Natural Gas (volumes in billion cubic feet)# - EIA

Rank
Country
 2012
Share of total 2012
 2013
2014 first half

1.
Russia
7,372
20.1%


2.
Qatar
4,267
11.6%


3.
Norway
3,903
10.6%
3,630

4.
Canada
3,118
8.5%
2,912

5.
Netherlands
2,133
5.8%
2,376

6.
Algeria
1,730
4.7%


7.
Turkmenistan
1,624
4.4%


8.
United States
1,619
4.4%
1,572
779
9.
Indonesia
1,230
3.3%


10.
Malaysia
1,149
3.1%


11.
Nigeria
946
2.6%


12.
Australia
925
2.5%
1,150

13.
Trinidad & To
641
1.7%


14.
Germany
640
1.7%
665

15.
Bolivia
513
1.4%


16.
United Kingdom
423
1.2%
350

17.
Kazakhstan
402
1.1%


18.
Oman
384
1.0%


19.
Uzbekistan
360
1.0%


20.
Iran
326
0.9%


All Countries (World)
36,722
100.0%



# Rounded figures.
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), International Energy Statistics. Retrieved September 19, 2014, here and EIA, US Natural Gas Exports and Re-Exports by Country, August 29, 2014, here


(Figures above may be updated by EIA. Norway is the world's third-largest exporter of natural gas after Russia and Qatar. But Australia is the third-largest liquefied natural gas   LNG  – exporter in the world behind Qatar and Malaysia. According to EIA, Australia exports almost exclusively to Asian markets, with Japan purchasing c. 80% of Australia's LNG exports in 2013, mostly through long-term contracts.  –  D.R.)

Monday, September 8, 2014

World's Top 28 Crude Oil Producers, May 2014 (including OPEC production) -- EIA

by David Rachovich

Production of Crude Oil including Lease Condensate (Thousand Barrels Per Day)#, May 2014 - EIA

Rank
Country
May 2014
April 2014
Share of total Apr 2014
April 2013
1.
Russia
10,085
10,083
13.2%
10,002
2.
Saudi Arabia*
9,690
9,690
12.7%
9,440
3.
United States
8,357
8,378
11.0%
7,308
4.
China
4,181
4,132
5.4%
4,174
5.
Canada
3,673
3,474
4.5%
3.237
6.
Iraq*
3,325
3,300
4.3%
3,175
7.
Iran*
3,230
3,230
4.2%
3,124
8.
United Arab Emirates*
2,820
2,820
3.7%
2,820
9.
Kuwait*
2,650
2,650
3.5%
2,650
10.
Mexico
2,530
2,518
3.3%
2,557
11.
Venezuela*
2,300
2,300
3.0%
2,300
12.
Nigeria*
2,270
2,340
3.1%
2,400
13.
Brazil
2,189
2,146
2.8%
1,923
14.
Angola*
1,690
1,740
2.3%
1,855
15.
Qatar*
1,573
1,573
2.1%
1,553
16.
Kazakhstan
1,564
1,644
2.1%
1,580
17.
Algeria*
1,420
1,420
1.9%
1,470
18.
Norway
1,376
1,603
2.1%
1,567
19.
Colombia
950
935
1.2%
1,007
20.
Oman
936
924
1.2%
910
21.
United Kingdom
869
821
1.1%
830
22.
Azerbaijan
824
830
1.1%
860
23.
Indonesia
800
790
1.0%
860
24.
India
761
772
1.0%
773
25.
Ecuador*
554
560
0.7%
516
26.
Argentina
528
515
0.7%
532
27.
Malaysia
499
510
0.7%
493
28.
Egypt
483
492
0.6%
522
OPEC**
31,752
31,833
41.6%
32,753
All Countries (World)
76,540
76,510
100.0%
76,003

# Rounded figures.
*OPEC member. Data for Kuwait and for Saudi Arabia each include one-half of the production in the Kuwait-Saudi Arabia Neutral Zone.
**OPEC total includes also Libya's production of 1,450,000 barrels of crude per day in April 2013, 210,000 barrels of crude per day in April 2014 and 230,000 barrels of crude per day in May 2014.    
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), International Energy Statistics. Retrieved September 8, 2014, here


(Figures above may be updated by EIA at any time. Also, please see my posts "World's Top 23 Crude Oil Producers, November 2011" and "World's Top 25 Crude Oil Producers, 2010-2012". – D.R.)