CO2 intensity

kilograms per kilogram of oil equivalent of energy use, 1960–2015

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    1960 Ranking
    1. Belgium 3.95
    2. Greece 3.91
    3. Poland 3.69
    4. United Kingdom 3.68
    5. Netherlands 3.51
    6. Luxembourg 3.49
    7. France 3.42
    8. Denmark 3.38
    9. Spain 3.03
    10. Ireland 3.00
    11. New Zealand 2.89
    12. Japan 2.88
    13. United States 2.84
    14. Austria 2.83
    15. Australia 2.80
    16. Portugal 2.76
    17. Italy 2.74
    18. Switzerland 2.62
    19. Canada 2.53
    20. Sweden 2.44
    21. Iceland 2.24
    22. Norway 1.92
    23. Turkey 1.57
    24. Finland 1.55
    2015 Ranking
    1. Poland 3.06
    2. Greece 2.88
    3. Australia 2.88
    4. Israel 2.84
    5. Estonia 2.80
    6. Ireland 2.79
    7. Turkey 2.71
    8. Japan 2.71
    9. Mexico 2.52
    10. Czech Republic 2.48
    11. Luxembourg 2.45
    12. Germany 2.38
    13. United States 2.28
    14. Chile 2.28
    15. Portugal 2.26
    16. Italy 2.24
    17. United Kingdom 2.22
    18. Netherlands 2.21
    19. South Korea 2.20
    20. Spain 2.15
    21. Denmark 2.10
    22. Canada 2.05
    23. Slovenia 2.01
    24. Austria 1.92
    25. Slovakia 1.89
    26. Hungary 1.81
    27. Belgium 1.80
    28. Switzerland 1.59
    29. New Zealand 1.58
    30. Finland 1.32
    31. Norway 1.28
    32. France 1.26
    33. Sweden 0.78
    34. Iceland 0.36

    Carbon dioxide emissions from solid fuel consumption refer mainly to emissions from use of coal as an energy source.

    Source: World Bank