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The table gives information on how six gulf countries consume water for the different purposes in 2000 and is measured in the percentage. It is noticeable that, with the exception of Kuwait, all countries consume water predominantly for agriculture and it is followed with domestic need, while water use far less for industrial.
With the regards to the volume of water use for farming, both Saudi Arabia and Oman had the highest use of water, range at a very large majority. Accounting for a slightly lower amount of use was Bahrain and Kuwait just under a fifth and nearly two-fifths respectively.
Turning to the second biggest use was in the field of domestic, Kuwait, spent the highest consumption, stood at 63% and followed by Bahrain with a large proportion of use. Interestingly though, Saudi Arabia and Oman had particularly high levels for agriculture, both of these countries crawled at a small proportion. The median domestic consumption was UAE at 35% and Qatar at 30%.
Finally, water used for industrial by all gulf countries was a tiny proportion, the exception being Kuwait at just under 20%.Please note me as well, whether the writing has covered the most significant information or not.
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