Energy use

per person, kilograms of oil equivalent, 1960–2015

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    1960 Ranking
    1. Luxembourg 10,523.41
    2. United States 5,641.74
    3. Canada 4,251.44
    4. Iceland 3,082.71
    5. Australia 3,063.55
    6. United Kingdom 3,033.05
    7. Sweden 2,698.79
    8. Belgium 2,519.50
    9. Finland 2,196.95
    10. Germany 1,952.59
    11. Denmark 1,922.97
    12. Norway 1,906.18
    13. Poland 1,827.94
    14. Netherlands 1,825.93
    15. France 1,692.26
    16. New Zealand 1,685.79
    17. Austria 1,546.26
    18. Switzerland 1,398.66
    19. Ireland 1,318.81
    20. Japan 873.91
    21. Italy 794.82
    22. Spain 530.67
    23. Turkey 389.11
    24. Portugal 336.91
    25. Greece 289.06
    2015 Ranking
    1. Iceland 17,478.89
    2. Canada 7,603.74
    3. United States 6,800.65
    4. Luxembourg 6,548.41
    5. Finland 5,924.70
    6. Norway 5,815.81
    7. Australia 5,475.82
    8. South Korea 5,413.35
    9. Sweden 5,102.79
    10. Belgium 4,687.79
    11. New Zealand 4,444.73
    12. Netherlands 4,233.04
    13. Estonia 4,173.33
    14. Czech Republic 3,860.00
    15. Germany 3,817.55
    16. Austria 3,804.50
    17. France 3,687.82
    18. Japan 3,428.56
    19. Slovenia 3,174.87
    20. Slovakia 3,003.66
    21. Switzerland 2,960.07
    22. Ireland 2,853.50
    23. Denmark 2,816.62
    24. Israel 2,777.88
    25. United Kingdom 2,763.98
    26. Spain 2,571.34
    27. Poland 2,490.21
    28. Italy 2,481.76
    29. Hungary 2,432.75
    30. Greece 2,182.07
    31. Portugal 2,131.68
    32. Chile 2,028.89
    33. Turkey 1,656.80
    34. Mexico 1,488.02

    Energy use refers to use of primary energy before transformation to other end-use fuels, which is equal to indigenous production plus imports and stock changes, minus exports and fuels supplied to ships and aircraft engaged in international transport.

    Source: World Bank