Ethanol production

million barrels per day, 2000–2016

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    2000 Ranking
    1. Brazil 184.00
    2. United States 106.00
    3. Canada 3.70
    4. India 2.90
    5. France 2.00
    6. Cuba 1.10
    7. Malawi 0.20
    8. Paraguay 0.04
    9. Czechoslovakia 0.00
    10. Soviet Union 0.00
    11. Yugoslavia 0.00
    12. East Germany 0.00
    13. West Germany 0.00
    14. Jamaica 0.00
    15. Montenegro 0.00
    16. Serbia 0.00
    17. South Sudan 0.00
    18. Timor Leste 0.00
    2016 Ranking
    1. United States 977.28
    2. Brazil 460.44
    3. China 54.22
    4. Canada 30.40
    5. Thailand 21.99
    6. India 19.13
    7. France 15.57
    8. Germany 15.44
    9. Argentina 15.22
    10. Russia 9.98
    11. Colombia 7.66
    12. Hungary 7.20
    13. United Kingdom 7.01
    14. Spain 6.41
    15. Belgium 5.81
    16. Netherlands 4.99
    17. Poland 4.50
    18. Australia 4.30
    19. South Africa 4.11
    20. Philippines 3.95
    21. Paraguay 3.94
    22. Austria 3.71
    23. Sweden 3.16
    24. Guatemala 3.04
    25. Peru 3.00
    26. Czech Republic 2.81
    27. Slovakia 2.29
    28. Bolivia 2.19
    29. Cuba 1.81
    30. Jamaica 1.63
    31. Turkey 1.59
    32. Costa Rica 1.57
    33. Vietnam 1.22
    34. Italy 1.07
    35. Ukraine 0.97
    36. Kenya 0.86
    37. Bulgaria 0.83
    38. Zimbabwe 0.82
    39. Romania 0.79
    40. Sudan 0.78
    41. Swaziland 0.78
    42. Ecuador 0.77
    43. Egypt 0.60
    44. Iran 0.52
    45. Mauritius 0.52
    46. Malawi 0.52
    47. Uruguay 0.45
    48. Panama 0.45
    49. Finland 0.41
    50. Lithuania 0.38
    51. Ethiopia 0.35
    52. Mexico 0.31
    53. Angola 0.24
    54. Mozambique 0.19
    55. Nicaragua 0.17
    56. Pakistan 0.17
    57. Latvia 0.17
    58. New Zealand 0.10
    59. Denmark 0.07
    60. Ireland 0.05
    61. South Korea 0.04
    62. Japan 0.02
    63. West Germany 0.00
    64. East Germany 0.00
    65. Taiwan 0.00

    Ethanol production, million barrels per day. Ethanol is an alcohol fuel made from the sugars found in grains such as corn, sorghum, and barley.

    Source: EIA