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The Top 28 Energy Producing Countries All Countries
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The Top 28 Energy Producing Countries

Energy Producers: What are the top energy producing countries in the world? The most generated power? As of 2007, the top energy producer was China. Other top energy producing countries include the United States, Russia, and Saudi Arabia. "Generated power" refers to forms of primary energy--petroleum, natural gas, solid fuels, combustible renewables and waste--and primary electricity, all converted into oil equivalents.

Source: World Bank Lists
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  1. 1

    Beijing 1,813,979.00

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    Washington, D.C. 1,665,183.00

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    Moscow 1,230,631.00

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    Riyadh 551,299.00

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    New Delhi 450,923.00

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    Ottawa 413,190.00

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    Jakarta 331,100.00

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    Tehran 323,066.00

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    Canberra 289,206.00

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    Mexico City 251,053.00

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    Abuja 231,712.00

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    Brasília 215,584.00

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    Oslo 213,909.00

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    Caracas 183,825.00

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    Abu Dhabi 178,351.00

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    London 176,230.00

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    Algiers 164,300.00

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    Bloemfontein, Cape Town, Pretoria 159,593.00

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    Kuwait City 146,566.00

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    Berlin 137,032.00

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    Astana 135,995.00

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    Paris 135,450.00

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    Baghdad 104,835.00

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    Doha 102,994.00

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    Tripoli 101,592.00

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