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HW_2 - Source 1 Oil Production Dataset Year 1880 1890 1900...

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Source 1 Page 1 Oil Production Dataset Year MBBl 1880 30 1890 77 1900 149 1905 215 1910 328 1915 432 1920 689 1925 1069 1930 1412 1935 1655 1940 2150 1945 2595 1950 3803 1955 5626 1960 7674 1962 8882 1964 10310 1966 12016 1968 14104 1970 16690 1972 18584 1974 20389 1976 20188 1978 21922 1980 21722 1982 19411 1984 19837 1986 20246 1988 21338 The data in the table is the world oil production measured in millions of barrels.
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In 2005, OPEC accounted for more than 40% of world oil production. Responding to low oil prices in early 2000, Mexico, Norway, Russia, and Oman joined OPEC in cutting production. This group of oil countries, referred to here as OPEC+, account for more than 60% of world oil production. Table 1.2 (million barrels per day) Total Persian Persian United U.S. Total OPEC non- Gulf Year States share share share OPEC share World 1960 7.04 33.5% 8.70 41.4% 12.25 58.3% 12.29 5.27 0.25 20.99 1961 7.18 32.0% 9.36 41.7% 13.09 5.65 25.2% 22.45 1962 7.33 30.1% 10.51 43.2% 13.84 6.19 25.4% 24.35 1963 7.54 28.9% 11.51 44.0% 14.62 6.82 26.1% 26.13 1964 7.61 27.0% 12.98 46.1% 15.20 7.61 27.0% 28.18 1965 7.80 25.7% 14.35 47.3% 19.83 65.4% 15.98 8.37 27.6% 30.33 1966 8.30 25.2% 15.77 47.8% 17.19 9.32 28.3% 32.96 1967 8.81 24.9% 16.85 47.6% 18.54 9.91 28.0% 35.39 1968 9.10 23.6% 18.79 48.6% 19.84 10.91 28.2% 38.63 1969 9.24 22.2% 20.91 50.1% 20.79 11.95 28.7% 41.70 1970 9.64 21.0% 23.30 50.8% 31.16 67.9% 22.59 13.39 29.2% 45.89 1971 9.46 19.5% 25.21 52.0% 23.31 15.77 32.5% 48.52 1972 9.44 18.5% 26.89 52.6% 24.25 17.54 34.3% 51.14 1973 9.21 16.5% 30.63 55.0% 25.05 20.67 37.1% 55.68 1974 8.77 15.7% 30.35 54.5% 25.37 21.28 38.2% 55.72 1975 8.37 15.8% 26.77 50.7% 37.56 71.1% 26.06 18.93 35.8% 52.83 1980 8.60 14.4% 26.61 44.6% 41.07 68.9% 32.99 17.96 30.1% 59.60 1985 8.97 16.6% 16.18 30.0% 31.81 58.9% 37.80 9.63 17.8% 53.98 1986 8.68 15.4% 18.28 32.5% 34.05 60.6% 37.95 11.70 20.8% 56.23 1987 8.35 14.7% 18.52 32.7% 34.72 61.3% 38.15 12.10 21.4% 56.67 1988 8.14 13.9% 20.32 34.6% 36.66 62.4% 38.42 13.46 22.9% 58.74 1989 7.61 12.7% 22.07 36.9% 38.50 64.3% 37.79 14.84 24.8% 59.86 1990 7.36 12.2% 23.20 38.3% 39.12 64.6% 37.37 15.28 25.2% 60.57 1991 7.42 12.3% 23.27 38.6% 38.53 64.0% 36.94 14.74 24.5% 60.21 1992 7.17 11.9% 24.40 40.5% 37.67 62.6% 35.81 15.97 26.5% 60.21 1993 6.85 11.4% 25.12 41.7% 37.65 62.5% 35.12 16.71 27.7% 60.24 1994 6.66 10.9% 25.51 41.8% 37.67 61.8% 35.48 16.96 27.8% 60.99 1995 6.56 10.5% 26.00 41.7% 38.24 61.4% 36.33 17.21 27.6% 62.33 1996 6.46 10.1% 26.46 41.5% 39.15 61.5% 37.25 17.37 27.3% 63.71 1997 6.45 9.8% 27.71 42.2% 40.69 61.9% 37.98 18.10 27.6% 65.69 1998 6.25 9.3% 28.77 43.0% 41.61 62.2% 38.15 19.34 28.9% 66.92 1999 5.88 8.9% 27.58 41.9% 40.50 61.5% 38.27 18.67 28.4% 65.85 2000 5.82 8.5% 29.26 42.8% 42.92 62.8% 39.08 19.89 29.1% 68.34 2001 5.80 8.5% 28.34 41.7% 42.45 62.5% 39.60 19.10 28.1% 67.94 2002 5.75 8.6% 26.37 39.5% 40.86 61.1% 40.47 17.79 26.6% 66.84 2003 5.68 8.2% 28.01 40.5% 43.14 62.3% 41.18 19.26 27.8% 69.19 2004 5.43 7.5% 30.16 41.6% 46.10 63.6% 43.35 20.82 28.7% 72.5 2005 5.12 7.0% 31.16 42.3% 47.01 63.9% 42.43 21.5 29.2% 73.58 Average annual percentage change 1960–2005 -0.7% 2.9% 3.0% 2.8% 3.2% 2.8% 1970–2005 -1.8% 0.8% 1.2% 1.8% 1.4% 1.4% 1995–2005 -2.4% 1.8% 2.1% 1.6% 2.3% 1.7% Source: Washington, DC, 2005, Table 11.1a and 11.1b. (Additional resources: www.eia.doe.gov) World Crude Oil Production, 1960-2005 a OPEC + c Gulf d OPEC b OPEC + c nations d U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, Monthly Energy Review, March 2005 ,
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a Includes lease condensate. Excludes natural gas plant liquids. b Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. See Glossary for membership. c OPEC+ includes all OPEC nations plus Russia, Mexico, Norway and Oman. d See Glossary for Persian Gulf nations.
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Table G.2 World Production of Crude Oil, Natural Gas Plant Liquids and Other Liquids, and Refinery Processing Gain, 1980-Present (Thousand Barrels per Day) URL: http://www.eia.doe.gov/pub/international/iealf/tableg2.xls Page 4 Energy Information Administration International Energy Annual 2004 Table Posted: June 19, 2006 Next Update: June 2007 G.2 World Production of Crude Oil, NGPL and Other Liquids, and Refinery Processing Gain, 1980 Region/Country 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 Bermuda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Canada 1,816.2 1,662.7 1,639.4 1,691.6 1,809.7 1,848.3 1,862.6 1,960.3 Greenland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mexico 2,155.0 2,580.0 3,028.0 2,982.0 3,065.0 3,044.0 2,798.9 2,895.0 Saint Pierre and Miquelon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 United States 10,809.0 10,738.7 10,782.6 10,787.8 11,107.4 11,192.4 10,905.2 10,647.6 North America 14,780.2 14,981.4 15,450.1 15,461.4 15,982.1 16,084.7 15,566.8 15,502.9 Antarctica 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Antigua and Barbuda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Argentina 508.0 513.0 507.0 504.0 498.0 485.0 471.1 471.5 Aruba NA NA NA NA NA NA 0 0 Bahamas, The 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Barbados 0 0 1.0 1.0 2.0 2.0 1.9 1.2 Belize 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bolivia 32.0 26.0 30.0 28.0 27.0 26.0 23.3 23.6 Brazil 244.5 283.1 348.2 459.5 614.4 734.4 740.0 767.5 Cayman Islands 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Chile 46.0 52.0 54.0 50.0 50.0 47.6 44.2 43.2 Colombia 134.0 133.0 149.0 158.0 174.0 182.0 315.2 396.0 Costa Rica 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0.2 -0.1 Cuba 6.0 9.0 11.0 13.0 16.0 19.0 17.1 16.9 Dominica 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dominican Republic 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 -0.2 0.04 Ecuador 207.0 214.0 214.0 240.0 261.0 284.0 294.6 175.3 El Salvador 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.003 -0.05 Falkland Islands 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 French Guiana 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Grenada 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Guadeloupe 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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