GDP per unit of energy use

nominal U.S. dollar, PPP, per kilogram of oil equivalent, 1990–2015

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    1990 Ranking
    1. Comoros 23.85
    2. Saint Kitts and Nevis 17.50
    3. Seychelles 16.99
    4. Dominica 14.57
    5. Gambia 14.55
    6. Saint Lucia 14.52
    7. Bhutan 14.43
    8. Guinea Bissau 13.77
    9. Saint Vincent and Grenadines 13.16
    10. Kiribati 12.90
    11. Cape Verde 12.61
    12. Hong Kong 11.54
    13. Grenada 10.61
    14. Vanuatu 10.36
    15. Yemen 10.32
    16. Congo (Brazzaville) 10.30
    17. Gabon 10.16
    18. Oman 9.73
    19. Fiji 9.71
    20. Swaziland 9.70
    21. Costa Rica 9.29
    22. Djibouti 9.10
    23. Samoa 8.88
    24. Uruguay 8.79
    25. Tonga 8.67
    26. Panama 8.37
    27. Morocco 8.33
    28. Brunei 8.20
    29. Ecuador 7.80
    30. Algeria 7.73
    31. Saudi Arabia 7.72
    32. Peru 7.70
    33. Switzerland 7.59
    34. Mauritius 7.59
    35. Sri Lanka 7.34
    36. Italy 7.18
    37. Antigua and Barbuda 7.15
    38. Brazil 7.12
    39. Lebanon 7.03
    40. Portugal 7.00
    41. Barbados 6.95
    42. Bangladesh 6.94
    43. Guatemala 6.92
    44. Colombia 6.89
    45. Egypt 6.80
    46. Solomon Islands 6.78
    47. United Arab Emirates 6.54
    48. Iraq 6.49
    49. Greece 6.32
    50. Bolivia 6.29
    51. Turkey 6.28
    52. Bahamas 6.23
    53. El Salvador 6.23
    54. Dominican Republic 6.09
    55. Tunisia 6.04
    56. Austria 5.99
    57. Botswana 5.93
    58. Belize 5.89
    59. Spain 5.88
    60. Angola 5.88
    61. Singapore 5.87
    62. Ivory Coast 5.83
    63. Thailand 5.80
    64. Malaysia 5.63
    65. Cyprus 5.60
    66. Philippines 5.59
    67. Indonesia 5.50
    68. Japan 5.48
    69. Israel 5.44
    70. Denmark 5.39
    71. Paraguay 5.35
    72. Senegal 5.33
    73. Iran 5.33
    74. Argentina 4.97
    75. Pakistan 4.96
    76. Ireland 4.87
    77. Malta 4.76
    78. Venezuela 4.69
    79. United Kingdom 4.65
    80. France 4.61
    81. Jordan 4.42
    82. Germany 4.39
    83. Chile 4.34
    84. Cameroon 4.34
    85. Netherlands 4.30
    86. Honduras 4.27
    87. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 4.24
    88. Mexico 4.17
    89. Jamaica 4.10
    90. Nicaragua 3.99
    91. Belgium 3.90
    92. New Zealand 3.86
    93. South Korea 3.82
    94. Norway 3.71
    95. Sweden 3.64
    96. Vietnam 3.59
    97. Guyana 3.57
    98. Luxembourg 3.49
    99. Australia 3.43
    100. Ghana 3.43
    101. Kenya 3.36
    102. Albania 3.35
    103. India 3.23
    104. Finland 3.19
    105. United States 3.12
    106. Benin 2.83
    107. Nigeria 2.82
    108. Sudan 2.75
    109. Canada 2.65
    110. Czech Republic 2.63
    111. Togo 2.62
    112. South Africa 2.59
    113. Nepal 2.51
    114. Iceland 2.48
    115. Congo (Kinshasa) 2.43
    116. Tanzania 2.42
    117. Tajikistan 2.35
    118. Poland 2.28
    119. Zambia 2.23
    120. Bahrain 2.18
    121. Mongolia 2.12
    122. Georgia 2.00
    123. Romania 1.96
    124. Kazakhstan 1.88
    125. Zimbabwe 1.84
    126. Burma (Myanmar) 1.83
    127. Azerbaijan 1.74
    128. Trinidad and Tobago 1.62
    129. Bulgaria 1.60
    130. Ukraine 1.39
    131. Russia 1.35
    132. Kyrgyzstan 1.32
    133. China 1.29
    134. Belarus 1.21
    135. Turkmenistan 1.13
    136. Armenia 1.11
    137. Ethiopia 0.88
    138. Uzbekistan 0.88
    139. Mozambique 0.55
    2015 Ranking
    1. Ireland 23.98
    2. Switzerland 21.11
    3. Denmark 17.39
    4. Luxembourg 15.91
    5. United Kingdom 15.11
    6. Italy 15.01
    7. Turkey 14.52
    8. Portugal 13.93
    9. Spain 13.49
    10. Israel 13.16
    11. Austria 12.99
    12. Germany 12.57
    13. Greece 12.08
    14. Japan 11.87
    15. Netherlands 11.71
    16. Chile 11.62
    17. Mexico 11.59
    18. France 11.17
    19. Hungary 10.87
    20. Poland 10.79
    21. Norway 10.67
    22. Slovenia 10.07
    23. Slovakia 9.96
    24. Belgium 9.73
    25. Sweden 9.37
    26. Czech Republic 8.74
    27. New Zealand 8.54
    28. Australia 8.47
    29. United States 8.27
    30. Finland 7.14
    31. Estonia 6.94
    32. South Korea 6.36
    33. Canada 5.82
    34. Iceland 2.73

    PPP GDP is gross domestic product converted to current international dollars using purchasing power parity rates. An international dollar has the same purchasing power over GDP as a U.S. dollar has in the United States. This is expressed in nominal, or not inflation-adjusted, dollars. This measure describes how much GDP was produced per unit of energy expended in doing so.

    Source: World Bank