Date Value Value
Dec 31, 2013 95,650.03 kt
Dec 31, 2012 99,636.06 kt
Dec 31, 2011 96,093.74 kt
Dec 31, 2010 92,016.03 kt
Dec 31, 2009 76,735.64 kt
Dec 31, 2008 96,148.74 kt
Dec 31, 2007 95,055.97 kt
Dec 31, 2006 98,891.66 kt
Dec 31, 2005 104,689.18 kt
Dec 31, 2004 97,039.82 kt
Dec 31, 2003 93,130.80 kt
Dec 31, 2002 98,114.25 kt
Dec 31, 2001 83,339.91 kt
Dec 31, 2000 79,170.53 kt
Dec 31, 1999 44,774.07 kt
Dec 31, 1998 40,164.65 kt
Dec 31, 1997 40,175.65 kt
Dec 31, 1996 38,936.21 kt
Dec 31, 1995 33,267.02 kt
Dec 31, 1994 44,865.75 kt
Dec 31, 1993 58,268.63 kt
Dec 31, 1992 64,289.84 kt
Dec 31, 1991 40,014.30 kt
Dec 31, 1990 38,162.47 kt
Dec 31, 1989 42,441.86 kt
Dec 31, 1988 70,747.43 kt
Dec 31, 1987 59,343.06 kt
Dec 31, 1986 73,505.02 kt
Dec 31, 1985 69,893.02 kt
Dec 31, 1984 69,625.33 kt
Dec 31, 1983 59,929.78 kt
Dec 31, 1982 65,602.63 kt
Dec 31, 1981 65,958.33 kt
Dec 31, 1980 68,154.86 kt
Dec 31, 1979 70,289.06 kt
Dec 31, 1978 48,294.39 kt
Dec 31, 1977 50,567.93 kt
Dec 31, 1976 55,247.02 kt
Dec 31, 1975 47,395.98 kt
Dec 31, 1974 62,291.33 kt
Dec 31, 1973 49,577.84 kt
Dec 31, 1972 41,426.10 kt
Dec 31, 1971 32,280.60 kt
Dec 31, 1970 21,539.96 kt
Dec 31, 1969 12,112.10 kt
Dec 31, 1968 6,633.60 kt
Dec 31, 1967 12,838.17 kt
Dec 31, 1966 12,907.84 kt
Dec 31, 1965 11,763.74 kt
Dec 31, 1964 7,275.33 kt
Dec 31, 1963 5,350.15 kt
Dec 31, 1962 4,180.38 kt
Dec 31, 1961 4,114.37 kt
Dec 31, 1960 3,406.64 kt

Nigeria Carbon Dioxide Emissions — kilotons (kt). Includes CO2 emissions from burning fossil fuels and cement manufacturing.

Source: World Bank > Nigeria > Nigeria CO2 Emissions