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Name Rank Out of Source Notes Year
Energy consumption per capita 57 World World Resources Institute 23,748 kW·h/Year/Person. In 2010, per capita energy intensity in Iran was 15 times higher than in Japan and 10 times higher than the European Union;[56] More info: Energy and society & Energy security 2003
Primary Energy Consumption 13 World International Energy Agency Energy, production of ~13.119 quadrillion BTU/Year (per 2000 U.S. Dollars);[57] By 2009 Iran stood at 11th worldwide annually consuming 204.8 million TOE[58] 2006
Primary Energy Production 6 World International Energy Agency Energy, consumption of 7.686 quadrillion BTU/Year (per 2000 U.S. Dollars);[57] More info: Efficient energy use & Energy conservation 2006
Energy Intensity 1 World International Energy Agency[56] 2.5 times the Middle Eastern average in 2010; 14,120 tonnes of oil equivalent/$1 million of GDP in 2006;[57] More info: Energy development & World energy resources and consumption & Energy crisis & Fuel smuggling in Iran 2010
Total proven coal reserves 12 59 United Nations 11,143 million tonnes of reserves 2005
Total coal production 32 73 United Nations 1,330,000 tonnes per year 2005
Aviation gasoline exports 6 34 United Nations Ranked among exporting countries; Iran:10,000 tonnes/Year 2005
Gross inland availability of aviation gasoline 4 131 United Nations 95,000 tonnes of aviation gasoline available per year inside country 2005
Proven natural gas reserves 2 181 CIA World Factbook Total proven reserves of 33.1 trillion cubic meters or 15.8% of the world's total reserves;[58] More info: Natural gas fields of Iran & Natural gas reserves in Iran; Market value of Iran's total natural gas reserves at comparative international energy price of $75 per barrel of oil stands at ~US $4 trillion[59] 2009
Proven natural gas reserves per capita 5 71 CIA World Factbook 364,609 cubic meters per person 2005
Natural gas production 4 183 CIA World Factbook Annual production of 131.2 billion cubic meters[58] Annual production of ~220 billion cubic meters (0.6 billion cubic meters/day) in 2010[60] 2007
Natural gas consumption 3 183 CIA World Factbook Total annual natural gas consumption of 131.7 billion m3; Iran has the world's fastest growth rate in natural gas consumption;[58] Iran by 2011 had 80 years worth of gas reserves based on 2010 production levels;[61] More info: Peak gas 2009
Natural gas exports 25 182 CIA World Factbook Annual exports of 6.2 billion cubic meters 2007
Natural gas Imports 27 182 CIA World Factbook Annual imports of 6.1 billion cubic meters 2007
Natural gas consumption by households 5 67 United Nations Annual household natural gas usage of 1,243,256 Tera-joules 2005
Proven oil reserves 3 97 CIA World Factbook Total proven reserves of 136.2 billion barrels (2.165×1010 m3); Or ~ 1,750 barrels (278 m3) of oil per Iranian citizen; More info: Peak oil; Market value of Iran's total oil reserves at international crude price of $75 per barrel stands at ~US $10 trillion[59]; List of oil fields 2007
Oil production 4 210 CIA World Factbook Daily production of ~4.2 million barrels (670,000 m3) 2008
Oil R/P ratio 1 World Statistical Review of World Energy Iran has the world's highest R/P ratio of 89.4 years for oil 2010
Oil consumption 15 208 CIA World Factbook Daily consumption of 1.63 million barrels (259,000 m3) 2006
Oil exports 8 205 CIA World Factbook Daily exports of 2.21 million barrels (351,000 m3); More info: Iranian oil bourse, OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin; Countries importing Iranian oil in 2011 2009
Oil exports per capita 20 84 United Nations 1.94 tonnes exported annually per person (~12 barrels (1.9 m3)/Person/Year) 2005
Oil Imports 52 206 CIA World Factbook Iran imports 153,600 barrels (24,420 m3) of oil per day 2004
Total hydrocarbon reserves (Combined reserves of Oil & Gas) 2 World Oil & Gas Journal Total hydrocarbon reserves of Iran comprising of both oil and natural gas measured in barrel of oil equivalent (boe) stands at 301.7 billion just after Saudi Arabia's 302.5 billion boe and ahead of Russia's 198.3 billion boe; Alternatively Iranian government puts the total reserve at 324 billion boe;[62] Iran is the only country with large reserves of both gas and oil; Iran is also the only country with large hydrocarbon reserves which has the potential to massively increase its production due to its current low production levels;[63][64] More info: Energy superpower 2010
Nuclear Power Rankings of Nations   World IAEA Current Iranian nuclear generated electricity capacity is: 500Mwh Iran plans to produce 23,000 MWh of nuclear generated electricity in future[65] using 19 nuclear power plants;[66] More info: Iranian nuclear program & Economics of new nuclear power plants & List of nuclear reactors & Large nuclear power plants & Nuclear facilities in Iran & List of power stations in Iran & Atomic reactors map 2010
Uranium reserves / Uranium by country   World World Nuclear Association As of 2010, Iran does not have significant proven reserves of Uranium 2010
Electricity production 19 210 CIA World Factbook ~193.3 Tera-Watt-Hour/Year; More info: Electricity in Iran through history & List of power stations in Iran 2007
Electricity consumption 20 190 CIA World Factbook Consumption of 136.2 Tera-Watt-Hour/Year; Or 224 Watt-Hour per Person; All settlements with 20 or more families are electrified;[67] More info: Voltage & Frequency Around The World 2005
Electricity exports 39 186 CIA World Factbook Annual exports of ~2.8 Tera-Watt-Hour; Iran's electricity exports rose to 5.5 TWh in 2009[68] 2006
Electricity imports 46 188 CIA World Factbook Electricity imports of 2.54 TWh/Year 2006
Electricity production per capita 86 214 CIA World Factbook ~2,747 kWh per capita/Year 2006
Electric power transmission losses as % of total output 30 131 World Bank Electrical transmission loss: 16.88% of output; More info: Smart grid & Electrical grid & SuperSmart Grid 2004
Natural gas consumption by power plants 5 97 United Nations Annual usage of 1,379,527 Tera-joules by Power stations 2005
Electricity from renewable resources N/A N/A United Nations Annual production of: Hydroelectricity=16.1 TWh, Wind Power=128 GWh, Biomass=0 GWh, Solar=1 GWh, Geothermal=0 GWh; More info: Wind power in Iran 2005
Installed wind power capacity 35 76 World Wind Energy Association Current installed capacity of 82 MWh; Iran's installed Wind power capacity growth rate= 49.4%; More info: Wind farms of Iran 2008
Largest hydroelectric power stations 44 48 List of largest hydroelectric power stations Power stations with 2000 MW capacity or more; Iran operates 3 such Dams out of 48 in the world; Total number of dams: 186 operational, 91 under construction; Ranked 3rd worldwide in terms of dams under construction[11] More info: Energy in Iran & List of reservoirs and dams in Iran & List of hydroelectric power stations 2010
Diesel usage by power plants 6 171 United Nations 2,708,000 tonnes of diesel used by thermal power plants 2005
Annual refinery output of diesel 13 124 United Nations Annual production of 24,443,000 tonnes diesel 2005
Electricity produced from natural gas 6 96 World Bank 125,393 GWh produced from natural gas 2004
Inland availability of diesel oils 11 191 United Nations 21,976,000 tonnes of diesel available per year 2005
Household consumption of diesel 8 149 United Nations 6,374,000 tonnes/Year 2005
Private investment in public energy infrastructure 13 93 World Bank $650,000,000/Year 2004
Kerosene consumption by household & other consumers 4 174 United Nations 6,043,000 tonnes/Year 2005
Kerosene imports per year 3 166 United Nations 1,105,000 tonnes imported/Year 1997
Coal imports 50 110 United Nations 520,000 tonnes imported/Year 2005
Liquefied Petroleum Gas Exports 12 93 United Nations 1,791,000 tonnes exported/Year 2005
Total motor gasoline (petrol) production 16 121 United Nations Annual gasoline production of 11,154,000 tonnes 2005
Motor gasoline energy balance requirement 2 205 United Nations Energy balance requirement of 6,677,000 tonnes of gasoline (petrol); Energy balance requirement is that amount of energy a country needs to import for its needs due to its local non-availability because of production shortage 2005
Motor Gasoline (Petrol) Imports 5 200 United Nations 6,677,000 tonnes imported/Year 2005
Natural Gasoline Production 4 21 United Nations 1,855,000 tonnes Produced 2005
Residual fuel oil consumption by households 3 116 United Nations 1,619,000 tonnes/Year consumed by households 2005
Jet fuel imports 64 166 United Nations Annual importation of 80,000 tonnes of jet fuel 1990
Annual output of jet fuel 37 108 United Nations Annual production of 850,000 tonnes jet fuel 2005
Least expensive diesel by country 2 World German government Diesel fuel prices in Iran are the second cheapest in the world; One liter of diesel costs in commodity barter comparison: ~0.3 of a hen egg[69] 2005
Least expensive gasoline by country 8 World German government Gasoline (petrol) fuel prices are the 8th cheapest in the world; Iran spends 8% of its total state revenue, subsidizing fuel for domestic market[69] 2005
Energy Development Index 2 64 International Energy Agency Index measures a country's per capita energy consumption, use of modern fuels & population's access to electricity; More info: Energy development 2011


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