Who Produces the Most of CO2 from Solid Fuel?

CO2 Emissions from Solid Fuel Consumption (kt), 2014 or latest
Energy & Utility | March 22, 2018
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Based on a comparison of 121 countries in 2014, China ranked the highest in CO2 emissions from solid fuel consumption with 7,431,146 kt followed by USA and India. On the other end of the scale was Syria with 3.67 kt, Cuba with 3.67 kt and Fiji with 3.67 kt.

Total CO2 emissions from solid fuel consumption reached 15,097,039 kt in 2014 in the World according to World Bank / EIA. This is 56.1 % more than in the previous year and 65.1 % more than 10 years ago.

Historically, total CO2 emissions from solid fuel consumption reached an all time high of 15,097,039 kt in 2014 and an all time low of 832,409 kt in 1960. The average annual growth amounted to 5.51 % since 1960.

The top ranked country, China, accounted for 49.2 % of CO2 emissions from solid fuel consumption in the world. The top 3 countries hold a 70.0 % share while the ten largest countries some 84.9 % in 2014.

Data for more countries are available at CO2 Emissions from Solid Fuel Consumption indicator page.