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Oil Production and Consumption

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Aims of this lesson:

  • To examine the global patterns and trends in the production and consumption of oil.
 
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Global patterns and trends in the production and consumption of oil

You will use the provided resources to produce the following - using the most appropriate techniques:

  • A world map showing the top 10 oil producing nations.
  • A world map showing the top 10 oil consuming nations.
  • A graph which plots oil production since 1965 for the United States of America, Brazil, United Kingdom, Australia and China.
  • A graph which plots oil consumption since 1965 for the United States of America, Brazil, United Kingdom, Australia and China.

The two maps and two graphs should be annotated to highlight patterns, trends and anomalies.

 
 
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Global Patterns in Oil Consumption

Guardian - Oil consumption around the world
 
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Exam style questions:

examine the global patterns and trends in the production and consumption of oil.

  • Describe the global patterns in oil production. [3 Marks]
  • Describe the global patterns in oil consumption. [3 Marks]
  • Describe the global trends in oil production. [3 Marks]
  • Describe the global trends in oil consumption. [3 Marks]
  • Explain the global patterns in oil production. [6 Marks]
  • Explain the global patterns in oil consumption. [6 Marks]
  • Explain the global trends in oil production. [6 Marks]
  • Explain the global trends in oil consumption. [6 Marks]
 
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