People [1]

People

Population 144,495,044 (2017)
Population Growth Rate 0.106 annual % (2017)
Age Dependency Ratio 46.593 % of working-age population (2017)
Urban Population 74.203 % of total (2017)
Infant Mortality Rate 6.6 per 1,000 live births (2016)
Life Expectancy at Birth 71.593 years (2016)

Age Distribution - % of Total Population (2017)

Energy [2]

Electricity

Ranking
Production 1,008 billion kWh (2015) #4
Consumption 890 billion kWh (2015) #5
Exports 18 billion kWh (2015) #12
Imports 6.6 billion kWh (2015) #35
Renewable Electricity Generation 170 billion kWh (2015) #7

Oil

Ranking
Production 11,200 thousand bbl/day (2017) #3
Consumption 3,512 thousand bbl/day (2015) #5
Exports (Refined) [3] 4,888 thousand bbl/day (2013) #2
Imports (Refined) [3] 29.65 thousand bbl/day (2013) #61
Proved Reserves (Crude) 80 billion bbl (2018) #8

Natural Gas

Ranking
Production (Gross) 22,729 billion cu ft (2015) #2
Consumption (Dry) 14,794 billion cu ft (2015) #2
Exports (Dry) 6,983 billion cu ft (2015) #1
Imports (Dry) 636 billion cu ft (2015) #19
Proved Reserves 1,688 trillion cu ft (2018) #1

Other [3]

Technology

Airports 1,218 (2013)
Cellular Telephones 231,393,994 (2016 est.)
Highways 1,283,387 km (2012)
Internet Users 108,772,470 (2016 est.)
Railways 87,157 km (2014)
Telephones 32,276,615 (2016 est.)

Geography & Environment

LocationNorthern Asia (the area west of the Urals is considered part of Europe), bordering the Arctic Ocean, between Europe and the North Pacific Ocean
Total Area17,098,242 sq. km
Land Area16,377,742 sq. km
Water Area720,500 sq. km
Coastline37,653 km
Climateranges from steppes in the south through humid continental in much of European Russia; subarctic in Siberia to tundra climate in the polar north; winters vary from cool along Black Sea coast to frigid in Siberia; summers vary from warm in the steppes to cool along Arctic coast
Terrainbroad plain with low hills west of Urals; vast coniferous forest and tundra in Siberia; uplands and mountains along southern border regions
Lowest PointCaspian Sea -28 m
Highest Point Gora El'brus 5,633 m

Sources

  1. The World Bank Date Accessed: 7/6/2018
  2. U.S. Energy Information Administration
  3. CIA World Factbook Date Accessed: 12/5/2017