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United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent) (Transition,Comparison)

Let's get to know "United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" using Graphs and Charts.

What does "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" mean?Methane emissions from energy processes are emissions from the production, handling, transmission, and combustion of fossil fuels and biofuels.

United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)

United States of America's "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" is 219,505[kt].(2008's Research)

United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)(2008)
CountryEnergy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)
United States of America219,505[kt]

※Source:worldbank.org Details
The newest updated about survey by worldbank.org for 2008.
(Confirmed on March 20, 2021, 12:00 am.)
Statistical data for 2021 will be reflected immediately upon release.

Transition Chart Of United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)(1970 - current year)

So how has the current "219,505[kt]" Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent) in United States of America changed compared to the past?

The following transition graph(line chart) shows "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" in United States of America from 1970 to 2008.

Animation Chart showing the yearly change

*Here is a chart that shows the transition from 1970 to 2008 as a moving year-by-year graph. It is also comparable to the total population.

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Changes in the global ranking of United States of America's "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" (full history)

The following Bar Chart Race shows the changes in the global ranking of United States of America's "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)".

The entire history of United States of America's world ranking from 1970 to 2008 is visualized in Bar Chart Race.

*How to see the graph
United States of America is marked with a red frame, and an UP arrow is displayed on the right side when the ranking goes up, and a DOWN arrow is displayed when it goes down.

You can see where United States of America's "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" has been ranked in the world.

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Transition Chart Of United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)(1970 - 2008)

※Source:worldbank.org Details

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Line 1:Years, Line 2:Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)

Also below is a list of "United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" from 1970 to 2008. 👆Scrollable horizontally.

A list of data on United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)(1970 to 2008) 👆Scrollable horizontally
Year197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008
Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)[kt]266,715.66243,870.60247,196.29245,506.01233,910.52231,417.07232,264.59225,615.55223,155.76241,406.97239,907.46232,651.42231,416.17219,807.54234,132.46229,621.83229,016.05235,326.59240,149.50245,754.46252,381.81247,547.37246,262.67244,026.90244,131.97241,933.46243,244.31245,864.23244,291.83237,724.61235,274.85236,882.87233,343.87229,793.05224,175.72213,074.62214,471.15216,024.77219,505.40
year-on-year(+-)--22,8453,326-1,690-11,595-2,493847.52-6,649-2,46018,251-1,500-7,256-1,235-11,60914,325-4,511-605.786,3114,8235,6056,627-4,834-1,285-2,236105.07-2,1991,3112,620-1,572-6,567-2,4501,608-3,539-3,551-5,617-11,1011,3971,5543,481
year-on-year(%)-91.43101.3699.3295.2898.93100.3797.1498.91108.1899.3896.9899.4794.98106.5298.0799.74102.76102.05102.33102.798.0899.4899.09100.0499.1100.54101.0899.3697.3198.97100.6898.5198.4897.5695.05100.66100.72101.61

If you look at the graph above of "United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)", you will see that the data for 1970 is the highest, and the data for 2008, the latest year for which statistics are available, is lower than that.

However, it is higher than the previous year's figure of "216024.76560748" in 2007, so it is highly likely that "United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" will rise again in the future.

Also, if you are looking for population growth trends rather than Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent), please refer to this page for a special feature for your consideration.
➡ Population Trends in United States of America (Past to Future Projections)

Comparison Bar Graph(Hight or Low? United States of America vs China )

How high or low is "United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)"?

Comparing Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent) in United States of America, India and Indonesia

First, let's compare "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" in India and Indonesia, which have the world's closest populations to United States of America.

Comparison Bar Graph Of Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)(United States of America vs India vs Indonesia )

※Source:worldbank.org Details

A chart comparing Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent) in India and Indonesia, which have similar populations to United States of America.
CountryPopulationEnergy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)
India1,352,617,328104,339[kt]
United States of America326,687,501219,505[kt]
Indonesia267,663,43557,736[kt]

Looking at the table above comparing Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent), we see that

In particular, the comparison reveals that although United States of Americaand Indonesia are close to the first and second in population numbers in the world, there is an overwhelming difference in "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)".

United States of America VS China vs Japan

Next, we will compare "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" in United States of America with that in China and Japan.

Comparison Bar Graph Of Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)(United States of America vs China vs Japan)

※Source:worldbank.org Details

A chart comparing "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" in China and Japan and United States of America.
CountryPopulationEnergy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)
China1,392,730,000738,367[kt]
United States of America326,687,501219,505[kt]
Japan126,529,1003,375[kt]

From the above bar graph, we can see that "United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" data is higher than Japan's, but lower than China's.

In particular, when compared to Japan, United States of America has 65 times more "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)".

We can also see that the difference is 3.4 times that of United States of America when compared to China.

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Where does United States of America rank in the world in terms of the "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)"?

Here is an easy-to-understand explanation, using tables and graphs, of where United States of America ranks in the world's "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)".

United States of America ranks 3rd in the world in "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)"

First, let's take a look at "United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" and see how high it is in the world, using the world "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" ranking chart.

The world Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent) ranking chart:United States of America ranks 3rd
RankCountryEnergy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)
[kt]
3United States of America219,505
4India104,339
5Iran, Islamic Republic of75,114
6Indonesia57,736
7Saudi Arabia49,514
8Ukraine47,534
9Canada45,411
10Kazakhstan43,228
11Brazil41,388
12Poland41,179

※Source:worldbank.org Details

Ranking of the world's highest "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)"

In this ranking table of the world's highest "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)", United States of America ranks 3rd out of 194 countries for which statistics are available, indicating that United States of America is one of the top five countries in the world with a extremely high level of "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)".

Below is a graph that shows the yearly changes in the World ranking of "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" and which cities or prefectures are in the top 10.

Top 10 Countries by "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)"

For more detailed ranking of the world's highest "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)", please refer to the entire list here.
➡ Ranking of the world's highest "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)"

World Average vs United States of America vs Global Median

The following bar chart compares the average and median of the global ranking of "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" with United States of America.

Comparison Bar Chart Of Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)(World Average vs United States of America vs Global Median)

※Source:worldbank.org Details

Chart comparing Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent) in United States of America with the world median (1,426) and average (14,529)
CountryEnergy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)
United States of America219,505[kt]
Average14,529[kt]
Median1,426[kt]

※Source:worldbank.org Details

From the table here, we can see that "United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" is 15.11 times higher than the average.

Moreover, when compared to the median of 1,426, we can see that United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent) "219505.40439273[kt]" is higher (153.96 times) than the median.

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Title"United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)"
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Frequently Asked Questions about "United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)"

What is the latest data on "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" in United States of America?The latest "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" in United States of America that we can find in 2022 is 219,505[kt]. This data is from the 2008 worldbank.org survey and is in unit of kt. More details.
By what percentage did "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" in United States of America increase from the previous year?It has increased by 1.61% from the previous year (2007). And "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" in the previous year is 216,024.77[kt] Show the trend graph from 1970 to 2008.
When was the last year that United States of America's "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" was at its highest?The year 1970 was the highest year. (266,715.66[kt])
When was the last year that United States of America's "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" was at its lowest?The year 2005 was the lowest year. (213,074.62[kt])
How many times higher is "United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" than in Japan?"United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" is 65.04 times that of Japan.Show graph
What is United States of America's ranking in the world for "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)"?United States of America is ranked 3rd in the world.View the world ranking table of "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)".
Which countries have a similar "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" to United States of America?Russian Federation (406,731[kt]) and India (104,339[kt]) have very similar data.
How many times is "Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent)" in United States of America compared to the world average?It is 15.11 times higher than the world average.Find out more.
Is United States of America's Energy Sector Methane Emissions (CO2 Equivalent) higher than the world median? It is 153.96 times higher than the world median.