This page has a list of countries by Energy imports, net (% of energy use), according to officially-recognized international sources compiled by the World Bank. Net energy imports are estimated as energy use less production, both measured in oil equivalents. A negative value indicates that the country is a net exporter. Energy use refers to use of primary energy before transformation to other end-use fuels, which is equal to indigenous production plus imports and stock changes, minus exports and fuels supplied to ships and aircraft engaged in international transport.

  • Argentina
    13.03 %
  • Australia
    -0.191 %
  • Austria
    63.54 %
  • Belgium
    80.09 %
  • Bangladesh
    16.84 %
  • Brazil
    11.87 %
  • Canada
    -2.53 %
  • Switzerland
    50.09 %
  • Chile
    65.24 %
  • China
    15.02 %
  • Costa Rica
    49.83 %
  • Cyprus
    94.03 %
  • Czech Republic
    31.62 %
  • Germany
    61.4 %
  • Denmark
    1.78 %
  • Euro area
    59.84 %
  • Spain
    71.43 %
  • Estonia
    -2.71 %
  • European Union
    54.7 %
  • Finland
    45.33 %
  • France
    44.11 %
  • United Kingdom
    34.63 %
  • Greece
    64.18 %
  • Croatia
    45.86 %
  • Hungary
    57.67 %
  • Indonesia
    -3.09 %
  • India
    34.31 %
  • Ireland
    85.67 %
  • Iceland
    11.56 %
  • Israel
    64.97 %
  • Italy
    76.42 %
  • Jordan
    96.81 %
  • Japan
    93.02 %
  • Kenya
    17.17 %
  • Luxembourg
    96.31 %
  • Morocco
    90.72 %
  • Mexico
    -4.67 %
  • Netherlands
    35.02 %
  • Norway
    -1.35 %
  • Nepal
    16.68 %
  • New Zealand
    19.48 %
  • Pakistan
    24.12 %
  • Philippines
    45.77 %
  • Poland
    28.55 %
  • Portugal
    76.86 %
  • Singapore
    97.68 %
  • Slovenia
    48.54 %
  • Sweden
    24.65 %
  • Thailand
    41.57 %
  • Turkey
    75.21 %
  • Ukraine
    27.21 %
  • United States
    7.31 %
  • Vietnam
    -5.11 %
  • World
    20.97 %
  • South Africa
    -4.48 %