Why is it hard to find an SUV worth buying?
Why is the world’s second largest economy producing more gasoline than it needs?
According to a new study from the International Energy Agency, the answer lies in the way American manufacturers and consumers manage their energy resources.
The IEA says that the average American household uses about 13 gallons of fuel per day.
“The vast majority of the world population (70%) consumes less than this amount,” the report reads.
“The U.S. consumes almost double this amount of energy.”
In fact, a whopping 73 percent of American households currently consume less than 13 gallons per day, the report found.
To put that in perspective, the IEA estimates that the U.K. consumes about 18 gallons per person.
The United States, meanwhile, consumes more than half of the energy used in the world.
While most of the American population relies on cars, the country’s transportation system is still in need of major repairs.
At a recent meeting, the U,S.
and Canadian governments agreed to take in $400 million in aid each for the coming year.
The IEA has also estimated that the country will need to spend $4.5 trillion over the next five years to keep the lights on and the pumps running.
In addition, the global oil and gas industry is facing a number of challenges, including a decline in demand due to the economic downturn and a slowdown in oil and natural gas production.
One of the major issues that the energy companies have to contend with is a shortage of natural gas.
While demand for the fuel has increased in recent years due to natural gas shortages, the fuel is still not cheap.
That’s due to a number the industry is struggling with.
The world’s energy supply has decreased by about 6 million barrels per day (bpd) in the past six years.
According to IEA data, that number is expected to fall further in coming years due in part to a drop in the amount of shale gas extraction, the development of offshore wind, and a resurgence in production from oil and coal.