Iraq: Statistics

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People  Source: The World Bank
Population 34,812,326 (2014)
Population Growth Rate 3.006 annual % (2014)
Age Dependency Ratio 79.229 % of working-age population (2014)
Urban Population 69.361 % of total (2014)
Infant Mortality Rate 26.5 per 1,000 live births (2015)
Life Expectancy at Birth 69.4 years (2014)
Age distribution - % of total population (2014);
Energy Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration
    Production 58,273,000,000 kWh (2012)
    Consumption 44,878,000,000 kWh (2012)
    Exports 0 kWh (2013)
    Imports 8,201,000,000 kWh (2012)
    Renewable Electricity Generation 5,370,000,000 kWh (2012)
    Production 3,057,691.51 bbl/day (2013)
    Consumption 769,000 bbl/day (2013)
    Exports (Refined) 3,831.78 bbl/day (2010)
    Imports (Refined) 172,618.74 bbl/day (2010)
    Proved Reserves (Crude) 144,211,000,000 bbl (2015)
    Production (Gross) 723,816,240,000 cu ft (2012)
    Consumption (Dry) 22,813,490,000 cu ft (2012)
    Exports (Dry) 0 cu ft (2013)
    Imports (Dry) 0 cu ft (2013)
    Proved Reserves 111,522,000,000,000 cu ft (2015)
Technology & Infrastructure  Source: CIA World Factbook
Airports 104 (2012 )
Cellular Telephones 27,000,000 (2012 est.)
Highways 44,900 km (2002 )
Internet Hosts 26 (2012 )
Internet Users 325,900 (2009 )
Railways 2,272 km (2008 )
Telephones 1,794,000 (2011 )
Geography & Environment Source: CIA World Factbook
LocationMiddle East, bordering the Persian Gulf, between Iran and Kuwait
Total Area438,317 sq. km
Land Area437,367 sq. km
Water Area950 sq. km
Coastline58 km
Climatemostly desert; mild to cool winters with dry, hot, cloudless summers; northern mountainous regions along Iranian and Turkish borders experience cold winters with occasionally heavy snows that melt in early spring, sometimes causing extensive flooding in central and southern Iraq
Terrainmostly broad plains; reedy marshes along Iranian border in south with large flooded areas; mountains along borders with Iran and Turkey
Lowest PointPersian Gulf 0 m
Highest Point unnamed peak; 3,611 m; note - this peak is neither Gundah Zhur 3,607 m nor Kuh-e Hajji-Ebrahim 3,595 m

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