World Energy: Electricity, Oil, and Gas

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This Demonstration shows production, consumption, exports, imports, and reserves of oil, natural gas, and electricity in the world. Mouseover the map (or country names in the chart) to see the information about countries.

Contributed by: Eugene Poberezkin (June 2010)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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Snapshot 1: shows the balance of natural gas production and consumption in Europe; only three countries (Norway, the Netherlands, and Denmark) produce more natural gas than they consume; other countries are dependent on imports

Snapshot 2: shows top oil reserves in the world; Iran, having the third-largest oil reserves (after Saudi Arabia and Canada), is very important for countries consuming lots of oil

Snapshot 3: shows countries with the largest difference between oil production and consumption in the world

The source of information is the Mathematica CountryData function.

CountryData Source Information.



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