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Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

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The bar chart compares the estimated oil production measurement from 1990 to 2010 of 6 countries in the Middle East.


Overall, co Saudi Arabia had the highest Million of Barries per day over the 20-year period. In contrast, Qatar had the least figure for oil manufacture compared to other countries.


From 1990 to 2010, there was a significant rise in oil production in Saudi Arabia. In 1990 this country reached about 8 million barriers per day then it steeply increased and reached a peak at over 14 million of oil barriers. On the other hand, Qatar had the lowest amount of oil products. Despite the slight increase in 2000, the production of Qatar remained relatively stabled at less 1 million barrels.

To begin with, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and the oil production capacity of the UAE slightly increased over the year despite the UAE remained the same, over 2 million barrels from 1990 and 2000. The estimated figure for Iran in 1990 was over 3 million barrels per day, compared with around 2 million barrels among the other countries. Over the period, Iran reached over 4 million oil production in 2010 while Iraq, Kuwait, and the UAE were slightly lower at almost 4 million barrels.



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The bar chart compares the estimated oil production measurement (wrong word) from 1990 to 2010(Not precise. This would be find for a continuous line graph, but the data values are not continuous on a bar chart.) of 6 six (write small numbers in words, unless they are data values.) countries in the Middle East. (Incomplete. What are the names of the six countries? What are the units of measurement?)


Overall, co Saudi Arabia had the highest Million of Barries (wrong expression) per day over the 20-year period. In contrast, Qatar had the least figure for oil manufacture (Wrong word. Oil does not come from a factory.) compared to other countries.(What other countries? You have not told the reader)

From 1990 to 2010, there was a significant rise in oil production (Incorrect. The graph does not give oil production ) in Saudi Arabia. In 1990 this country reached about 8 million barriers per day then it steeply increased and reached a peak (incorrect. You did not use "peak" correctly. There is only one peak on this bar chart, and that is for Qatar in 2000. However, the word "peak" should only be used on line graphs which have continuous, rather than discrete, data values over time.) at over 14 million of oil barriers. (wrong word. You are not being consistent) On the other hand, Qatar had the lowest amount of oil products. (wrong word. Oil products are asphalt, heating oil, aviation fuel and gasoline. These are not on the chart.) Despite the slight increase in 2000, the production (incorrect.) of Qatar remained relatively stabled (Wrong word. We stable horses.) at less 1 million barrels.

To begin with, (Not a good expression) Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and the oil production capacity of the UAE slightly increased over the year (Over the year means from January to December of one year. Do you see this on the chart?) despite the UAE remained the same, (ungrammatical. You cannot use a main clause as the object of a preposition.) over 2 million barrels from 1990 and 2000. The estimated figure capacity for Iran in 1990 was over 3 million barrels per day, compared with around 2 million barrels among the other countries. Over the period, Iran reached over 4 million oil production (wrong expression) in 2010 while Iraq, Kuwait, and the UAE were slightly lower at almost 4 million barrels.


Example essay for study:

The bar chart plots the estimated maximum amount of oil that could be produced daily by each of six middle-eastern countries. Data is given for four years: 1990, 2000, 2005 and 2010. The six countries are Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, UAE (United Arab Emirates) and Saudi Arabia.

Overall Saudi Arabia had a production capacity that exceeded second-place Iran by a factor of three or higher in all four years. And between 1990 and 2010, it increased its capacity by 7 million barrels daily, which was more than the capacity of any of the other countries in that final year. Qatar had the least capacity of all six countries, for example, at its peak value in 2000, it still could only produce about 5% of what Saudi Arabia could.. All of these countries had increased their oil production capacity, when comparing the 2010 values to the 1990 values, except for Qatar, which was about the same.

In the first year given, 1990, the total capacity of these countries was about 18 million barrels/day, compared to just over 30 in 2010, nearly double. Most of that was contributed by Saudi Arabia, about 8.5 in 1990 and 14.5 in 2010. In the final year shown, 2010, Iran, Iraq, and the UAE had similar capacities, around 4 million barrels per day. Kuwait had about 3.8 and Qatar, well less than 1.

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