According to International Energy Agency (IEA), in 2011 the top ten oil-producing countries accounted for over 63% of the world's oil production.2 As of November 2012, Russia produced 10.9 million barrels of crude per day, while Saudi Arabia produced 9.9 million barrels.3
Top oil producers: According to IEA top 10 oil producer countries produced over 64 % of the world oil production in 2012. The top oil producers in 2012 were: Russia 544 Mt (13 %), Saudi Arabia 520 Mt (13 %), United States 387 Mt (9 %), China 206 Mt (5%), Iran 186 Mt (4 %), Canada 182 Mt (4 %), United Arab Emirates 163 Mt (4 %), Venezuela 162 Mt (4 %), Kuwait 152 Mt (4 %) and Iraq 148 Mt (4 %). In 2012 total oil production was 4,142 Mt. 4 In 2011 the world oil production was 4,011 Mt demonstrating an annually rising trend in oil production.5
Countries producing oil 2013, bbl/day (CIA World Factbook).
Chart of oil producing nations by order of net exports, as of 2006 (Norway values are wrong, click to enlarge).
Chart of oil producing nations ordered by gross production (click to enlarge).
Historical crude oil / natural gas plant liquids (NGPL) production chart (click to enlarge).