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List of countries by oil imports

 

List of countries by oil imports

A world map of countries by oil importation, 2006.
Trends in the top five crude oil-importing countries, 1960-2012

This is a list of countries by oil imports based on The World Factbook [1] and other sources.[1] Many countries also export oil, and some export more oil than they import.

Countries

Country/Region Oil - imports (bbl/day) Date of
information
Oil - imports (bbl/day) Date of
information
 European Union 11,658,750 2010 est.
 United States 8,527,000 2012 7,713,000[2] 2013
 China 4,754,000 2010 5,658,000[3] 2013
 India 3,272,000 2010 3,782,000[4] 2013
 Japan 3,457,000 2012 3,408,000[5] 2013
 South Korea 2,549,000 2012 2,450,000[6] 2013
 Germany 1,876,000 2010 est. 2,219,000 2012
 Italy 1,591,000 2010 est. 1,198,000 2012
 France 1,298,000 2010 est. 1,668,000 2012
 Netherlands 1,202,000 2012 est. 961,000 2012
 Singapore 1,137,000 2010 est. 1,360,000 2012
 Spain 1,061,000 2010 est. 1,260,000 2012
 United Kingdom 1,053,000 2013 est.
 Taiwan 885,900 2010 est. 1,058,000 2012
 Thailand 793,900 2011 est.
 Canada 770,300 2010 est.
 Belgium 667,700 2010 est. 607,000 2012
 Poland 547,900 2011 est.
 Australia 475,900 2010 est. 607,000 2012
 Greece 405,500 2010 est.
 U.S. Virgin Islands 402,000 2010 est.
 Sweden 398,100 2010 est.
 Indonesia 388,400 2010 est.
 South Africa 385,100 2010 est.
 Brazil 343,600 2010 est.
 Turkey 338,900 2010 est. 638,000 2012
 Belarus 294,800 2010 est.
 Israel 260,600 2010 est.
  Switzerland 258,200 2011 est.
 Bahrain 256,000 2011 est.
 Aruba 228,800 2010 est.
 Portugal 222,300 2010 est.
 Finland 214,700 2010 est.
 Lithuania 190,100 2010 est.
 Philippines 182,000 2010 est.
 Chile 169,700 2010 est.
 Cuba 165,000 2012 est.
 Malaysia 160,500 2010 est.
 Ukraine 155,300 2010 est.
 Czech Republic 154,000 2010 est.
 Ecuador 154,000 2012 est.
 Pakistan 151,200 2010 est.
 Austria 139,000 2011 est.
 Bulgaria 124,700 2010 est.
 Morocco 122,900 2010 est.
 Romania 122,000 2010 est.
 Kazakhstan 119,600 2010 est.
 Hungary 114,800 2010 est.
 Slovakia 108,400 2010 est.
 New Zealand 99,810 2010 est.
 Peru 99,590 2012 est.
 Trinidad and Tobago 70,260 2010 est.
 Jordan 68,320 2010 est.
 Ireland 62,070 2010 est.
 Denmark 55,010 2010 est.
 Macedonia 51,510 2013 est.
 Croatia 51,470 2013 est.
 Côte d'Ivoire 49,780 2010 est.
 Egypt 48,740 2010 est.
 Uruguay 38,680 2010 est.
 Sri Lanka 36,380 2010 est.
 Cameroon 34,220 2010 est.
 Serbia 33,330 2013 est.
 Ghana 32,060 2010 est.
 Kenya 31,040 2010 est.
 Dominican Republic 27,260 2010 est.
 Bangladesh 23,620 2010 est.
 Jamaica 22,940 2010 est.
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 22,140 2010 est.
 Russia 16,380 2012 est.
 El Salvador 16,160 2010 est.
 Iran 15,600 2010 est.
 Senegal 15,500 2010 est.
 Papua New Guinea 14,880 2010 est.
 Nicaragua 12,910 2013 est.
 Zambia 12,500 2010 est.
 Norway 11,320 2010 est.
 North Korea 10,500 2012 est.
 Costa Rica 10,040 2010 est.
 Algeria 6,400 2010 est.
 Tunisia 3,680 2010 est.
 Colombia 10 2011 est.
 Suriname 1 2010 est.

References

  1. ^ http://www.eia.gov/countries/index.cfm?topL=imp
  2. ^ OPEC, Annual Statistical Bulletin, 2014.
  3. ^ OPEC, Annual Statistical Bulletin, 2014.
  4. ^ OPEC, Annual Statistical Bulletin, 2014.
  5. ^ OPEC, Annual Statistical Bulletin, 2014.
  6. ^ OPEC, Annual Statistical Bulletin, 2014.
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