The graph illustrates changes in the Oil Production Capacity in millions of barrels per day in six countries.

Overall, it can be seen that Oil Production Capacity increased in all countries over the period. Moreover, the most dramatic rise was appearently in Saudi Arabia than any of other countries.

in 1990, Saudi Arabia produced well above 8 millions of barrels per day, and this rose significantly to little above 12 millions in 2005. By the year of 2010, Saudi Arabia became the country has the highest Oil Production Capacity with over 14 millions of barrels per day. In contrast, the lowest oil producing nation was Qatar under 1 millions of barrels per day, this stay quite unchanged until 2010.

Oil Production Capacity in Iran from about 3 millions of barrels per day to well above 4 millions. Although the production of oil in UAE stayed sustainable, Irad and Kuwait tended to rise between 1999 to 2010, their production capacities reached under 4 millions of barrels per day in 2010.

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The graph (what kind of graph is this?) illustrates (Wrong word choice) changes in the oil production capacity (Those are not proper nouns. Do not capitalize them) in millions of barrels per day in six countries. (What are these countries?)

Overall, it can be seen that Oil Production Capacity increased in all countries over the period. Moreover, the most dramatic (Do not put "drama" in math. Task 1 must be cold and calculated, not emotional.) rise was appearently (Wrong word) in Saudi Arabia than (Wrong usage of comparative ) any of other countries.

in 1990, Saudi Arabia produced (You fell into the trap that this Task 1 has. Many students fall into the trap, and they will not get a good score.) well above 8 millions of (Wrong expression) barrels per day, and this rose significantly to little above 12 millions in 2005. By the year of 2010, Saudi Arabia became the country has (ungrammatical) the highest Oil Production Capacity (Those are not proper nouns. Do not capitalize them) with over 14 millions of (Wrong expression) barrels per day. In contrast, the lowest oil producing (You fell into the trap again.) nation was Qatar under 1 millions of (Wrong expression) barrels per day, this stay (Wrong verb form) quite unchanged until in 2010.

Oil Production Capacity in Iran from about 3 millions of (Wrong expression) barrels per day to well above 4 millions.(Wrong form) Although the production of oil in UAE stayed sustainable, (Wrong expression) Irad and Kuwait tended to rise between 1999 to 2010, their production capacities reached under (Wrong expression) 4 millions of (Wrong expression) barrels per day in 2010.