A new report by the International Energy Agency claims the United States will surpass Saudi Arabia as the world's biggest oil producer by 2015 and be close to energy self-sufficiency in the next two decades. Check out the current top 10 oil producing countries, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration's most recent data (2012).
10. Kuwait -- Crude production: 2.79 million barrels per day
9. Mexico -- Crude production: 2.93 million barrels per day
8. Iraq -- Crude production: 2.98 million barrels per day
7. United Arab Emirates -- Crude production: 3.21 million barrels per day
6. Iran -- Crude production: 3.59 million barrels per day
5. Canada -- Crude production: 3.85 million barrels per day
4. China -- Crude production: 4.41 million barrels per day
3. Russia -- Crude production: 10.34 million barrels per day
2. United States -- Crude production: 11.11 million barrels per day
1. Saudi Arabia -- Crude production: 11.73 million barrels per day
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