People [1]

People

Population 32,387,200 (2017)
Population Growth Rate 1.679 annual % (2017)
Age Dependency Ratio 48.046 % of working-age population (2017)
Urban Population 36.62 % of total (2017)
Infant Mortality Rate 21.4 per 1,000 live births (2016)
Life Expectancy at Birth 71.314 years (2016)

Age Distribution - % of Total Population (2017)

Energy [2]

Electricity

Ranking
Production 54 billion kWh (2015) #51
Consumption 48 billion kWh (2015) #50
Exports 12 billion kWh (2015) #19
Imports 11 billion kWh (2015) #20
Renewable Electricity Generation 12 billion kWh (2015) #48

Oil

Ranking
Production 64 thousand bbl/day (2017) #53
Consumption 60 thousand bbl/day (2015) #90
Exports (Refined) [3] 27 thousand bbl/day (2013) #51
Imports (Refined) [3] 0.36 thousand bbl/day (2013) #82
Proved Reserves (Crude) 0.6 billion bbl (2018) #41

Natural Gas

Ranking
Consumption (Dry) 1,700 billion cu ft (2015) #15
Exports (Dry) 267 billion cu ft (2015) #25
Imports (Dry) 0 billion cu ft (2015) #71
Proved Reserves 65 trillion cu ft (2018) #19

Other [3]

Technology

Airports 53 (2013)
Cellular Telephones 23,265,389 (2016 est.)
Highways 86,496 km (2000)
Internet Users 13,791,083 (2016 est.)
Railways 4,304 km (2016)
Telephones 3,412,921 (2016 est.)

Geography & Environment

LocationCentral Asia, north of Afghanistan
Total Area447,400 sq. km
Land Area425,400 sq. km
Water Area22,000 sq. km
Coastline420 km
Climatemostly midlatitude desert, long, hot summers, mild winters; semiarid grassland in east
Terrainmostly flat-to-rolling sandy desert with dunes; broad, flat intensely irrigated river valleys along course of Amu Darya, Syr Darya (Sirdaryo), and Zarafshon; Fergana Valley in east surrounded by mountainous Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan; shrinking Aral Sea in west
Lowest PointSariqarnish Kuli -12 m
Highest Point Adelunga Toghi 4,301 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