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MOSCOW, October 6. /TASS/. Russia was ranked first among gas exporters, pumping 206.53 billion cubic meters of gas abroad in 2013, and second for gas output standing at 657.66 billion cubic meters which represents 19.2% of the global gas production, Italian energy company Eni said in a report published Monday.
Iran was ranked second for its gas exports standing at 128.08 billion cubic meters, and Norway was the third with gas exports amounting to 103.77 billion cubic meters.
The US was the first among gas producers with its 2013 gas output standing at 673.51 billion cubic meters.
Russia was also ranked first for gas reserves amounting to 49.541 trillion cubic meters, or 24.4% of the world’s reserves. Iran and Qatar were ranked second and third with 33.948 trillion cubic meters and 24.936 trillion cubic meters respectively.
Russia was ranked second among oil producers, with output standing at 10.877 million barrels daily, while Saudi Arabia was the first with output at 11.566 million barrels daily. As regards to oil reserves, Russia was ranked eighth with 4.8% of the world’s reserves, while Venezuela was the first with 18.0%, Saudi Arabia the second with 16.2%, and Canada the third with 10.4%.