According to the CIA World Factbook, in 2011 the United States produced an estimated 9,023,000 barrels of crude oil per day (bbl/day), or 10.6% of the world’s crude oil. That is enough to make the United States rank third out of one hundred two oil-producing nations. Saudi Arabia ranks first, producing 11,150,000 bbl/day, or 13.1% of the world’s total. The top ten oil producing countries account for 63.2% of all the oil produced in the world.
According to the International Trade Centre, in 2005 the United States imported $260,863,000 worth of rice, enough to make it rank eighth in that category. Saudi Arabia ranked first, importing $580,585,000 worth of rice.
According to the World Tourism Organization’s June 2008 World Tourism Barometer, the United States saw a 9.8% increase in foreign tourists from 2006 to 2007, making it rank thirteenth in that category. Saudi Arabia ranked first, with a foreign tourism increase of 33.8%.
According to the World Resources Institute, the United States has an annual per capita groundwater withdrawal rate of 429.4 cubic meters, which makes it rank tenth in that category. Saudi Arabia ranks first, with 869.9 cubic meters of annual per capita groundwater withdrawal.
According to the CIA World Factbook, the United States ranks thirteenth in terms of proven oil reserves. Saudi Arabia ranks first.