Just three countries—the U.S., Saudi Arabia and Russia—make up the lion’s share of global oil supply. Here are the biggest oil producers in 2022.
With Russia’s revenues from fossil fuel exports having declined significantly, which countries are still importing Russian fossil fuels?
This visualization breaks down U.S. oil imports by country for 2021, showing the split by OPEC and non-OPEC nations.
The U.S. is the largest oil producer in the world. Here we map the share of oil production in the country by all 50 states in...
The world holds 1.73 trillion barrels of proven oil reserves. Here we rank the top 14 countries that make up 93.5% of the world.
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