Fossil fuel is formed by natural processes, such as anaerobic decomposition of buried dead organisms.  Fossil fuels contain high percentages of carbon and include petroleum, coal, and natural gas. 20% of all global fossil fuels, is produced by the United States.

Russia and Iran is in second and third in fossil fuel production respectively. Almost every developed country consumes more fossil fuels than it exports. Developed economies such as Japan, South Korea and France produce essentially no fossil fuels.

The top 10 countries with the highest fossil fuel  production is listed as follows:
1. United States,
2. Russia,
3. India,
4. Canada,
5. Qatar,
6. China,
7. Norway,
8. Australia,
9. Saudi Arabia,
10. Austria.

Image source & credits: VisualCapitalist

Worldwide contribution to Total Fossil Fuel Production

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Fossil fuel is formed by natural processes, such as anaerobic decomposition of buried dead organisms. Fossil fuels contain high percentages of carbon and include petroleum, coal, and natural gas. 20% of all global fossil fuels, is produced by the United States.

Russia and Iran is in second and third in fossil fuel production respectively. Almost every developed country consumes more fossil fuels than it exports. Developed economies such as Japan, South Korea and France produce essentially no fossil fuels.

The top 10 countries with the highest fossil fuel production is listed as follows:
1. United States,
2. Russia,
3. India,
4. Canada,
5. Qatar,
6. China,
7. Norway,
8. Australia,
9. Saudi Arabia,
10. Austria.

Image source & credits: VisualCapitalist

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