Here’s an interesting bit of information I recently ran across:
Many of the world’s biggest producers of fossil fuels are also among the top per-capita consumers of fossil fuels.
Equatorial Guinea, Estonia, Singapore, Qatar, Trinidad and Tobago, United Arab Emirates and Kuwait all consume 10 or more tons of fossil fuels per person. Equatorial Guinea burns 18 ton p/person.
The US consumes around 7 and China around 3.4 tons person.