People [1]

People

Population 3,714,000 (2020)
Population Growth Rate -0.166 annual % (2020)
Age Dependency Ratio 54.976 % of working-age population (2020)
Urban Population 59.453 % of total (2020)
Infant Mortality Rate 8.5 per 1,000 live births (2019)
Life Expectancy at Birth 73.767 years (2019)

Age Distribution - % of Total Population (2020)

Energy [2]

Electricity

Ranking
Production 11.609 billion kWh (2019) #98
Consumption 12.179 billion kWh (2019) #90
Exports 0.38 billion kWh (2019) #76
Imports 1.763 billion kWh (2019) #54
Renewable Electricity Generation 8.928 billion kWh (2019) #66

Oil

Ranking
Production 0.311 thousand bbl/day (2020) #112
Consumption 29.507 thousand bbl/day (2018) #120
Exports (Refined) [3] 1.12 thousand bbl/day (2013) #77
Imports (Refined) [3] 0 thousand bbl/day (2013) #85
Proved Reserves (Crude) 0.035 billion bbl (2021) #80

Natural Gas

Ranking
Production (Gross) 0.353 billion cu ft (2015) #92
Consumption (Dry) 89.687 billion cu ft (2020) #77
Exports (Dry) 0 billion cu ft (2020) #57
Imports (Dry) 89.519 billion cu ft (2020) #52
Proved Reserves 0.3 trillion cu ft (2021) #78

Other [3]

Technology

Airports 22 (2013)
Cellular Telephones 5,459,239 (2018 est.)
Highways 20,295 km (2018)
Internet Users 2,464,107 (2016 est.)
Railways 1,363 km (2014)
Telephones 604,348 (2018 est.)

Geography & Environment

LocationSouthwestern Asia, bordering the Black Sea, between Turkey and Russia, with a sliver of land north of the Caucasus extending into Europe; note - Georgia views itself as part of Europe; geopolitically, it can be classified as falling within Europe, the Middle East, or both
Total Area69,700 sq. km
Land Area69,700 sq. km
Water Area0 sq. km
Coastline310 km
Climatewarm and pleasant; Mediterranean-like on Black Sea coast
Terrainlargely mountainous with Great Caucasus Mountains in the north and Lesser Caucasus Mountains in the south; Kolkhet'is Dablobi (Kolkhida Lowland) opens to the Black Sea in the west; Mtkvari River Basin in the east; fertile soils in river valley flood plains and foothills of Kolkhida Lowland
Lowest PointBlack Sea 0 m
Highest Point Mt'a Shkhara 5,193 m

Sources

  1. The World Bank Date Accessed: 10/3/2021
  2. U.S. Energy Information Administration
  3. CIA World Factbook Date Accessed: 5/9/2020