The line graph compares the amount of oil used by major buyers in four countries (US, China, Middle East, Western Europe an Japan) from 2009 to 2030. Units are measures in barrels per day.

Overall, US was by far the most oil user between 2019 and 2015 and will remain in the first place to 2030. Comparing 2019 to 2030, the amount of oil used went up in China and Middle East and dropped in the other two.

In detail, in the initial six years, the amount of oil used in US remained about the same at 10 millions and then will decrease drammatically to 4 millions in 2030. Western Europe and Japan had 4 millions oil used by major consumers in 2009, after which it will dropped by half in 2030, at around 2 millions. The starting point of Western Europe and Japan was the same as the ending point of US. China and Middle East started relatively equally, at around 2 millions, and then China used more oil than Middle East, although both countries will end up at the same level, around 2.5 millions in 2030.

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The line graph compares the amount of oil used (You cannot use the past tense for future years. Nobody has used any oil in 2029 yet.) by major buyers in four countries (US, China, Middle East, Western Europe an Japan) from 2009 to 2030. Units are measures in barrels per day. (Incorrect)

Overall, the US was by far the most oil user (wrong expression) between 2019 and 2015 and will remain in the first place to 2030. Comparing 2019 to 2030, the amount of oil used went up (You cannot use the past tense for future years. Nobody has used any oil in 2030 yet.) in China and the Middle East and dropped in the other two.

In detail, in the initial six years, the amount of oil used in the US remained about the same at 10 millions (wrong expression for units) and then will decrease drammatically to 4 millions in 2030. Western Europe and Japan had 4 millions oil used by major consumers in 2009, after which it will dropped (wrong verb form) by half in 2030, at around 2 millions. The starting point of Western Europe and Japan was the same as the ending point of the US. China and the Middle East started relatively equally, at around 2 millions, and then China used more oil than the Middle East, although both countries will end up at the same level, around 2.5 millions in 2030.


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For example:

1 kilogram = one kilogram
2 kilograms = two kilograms
10 kilograms = ten kilograms
100 kilograms = one hundred kilograms
1,000 kilograms = one thousand kilograms
10,000 kilograms = ten thousand kilograms
100,000 kilograms = one hundred thousand kilograms
1,000,000 kilograms = one million kilograms
10,000,000 kilograms = ten million kilograms
100,000,000 kilograms = one hundred million kilograms
1,000,000,000 kilograms = one billion kilograms


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The line graph compares the oil use, in millions of barrels per day, of the four largest global consumers from 2009 to the present day, and a projection to 2030. The consumers shown are the US, China, Western Europe and Japan, and the Middle East.

Overall, the largest user has been the US, and that same trend is forecast to continue into the future. Two of the four are expected to have higher use in 2030 than in 2009, but the large decline in the US more than offsets the total increase.

In detail, total demand in 2009 was 18 million barrels per day (MB/d). Projections show a drop to 12 MB/d by 2030, nearly all being attributed to the US. It consumed about 10 Mb/d from 2009 to 2015 but a continuous decrease to 4 Mb/d in 2030 is forecast. Both China and the Middle East show moderate increases, from just under 2 MB/d each in 2009, to an expected 3 MB/d by 2030. Western Europe and Japan will halve its demand from 4 to 2 MB/d over the period.