How much more energy do people in the United States use than people in Mexico?



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    The energy consumption per person per year is (as of 2003 data) 330 gigajoules (equivalent to 7,800 kg of oil) for United States, placing it as tenth highest in the world. For Mexico, the numbers are 64 GJ (1,500 kg), placing it at 67th place.

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