Oil smuggling in Pakistan leads to annual losses of $66 Million (5 to 6 Billion Pakistani Rupees).
Losses from the black market smuggling of red diesel in the United Kingdom is estimated to be about 350 Million Pounds ($560 Million US).
Gas and oil smuggling in Kuwait leads to $2.5 Million of diesel a day, or $912.5 Million a year, to be smuggled into Iraq from Kuwait.
Gas smuggling in Iran leads to 17 percent of the country’s total fuel production, or 40 million liters (10.6 million gallons), to be smuggled out of Iran every day.
Gas and oil smuggling in the Philippines leads to $682 Million (32.5 Billion Philippine Pesos) in tax revenue losses. Up to 30 to 35 percent of all gasoline and diesel sold in the Philippines is sold as the result of gas and oil smuggling.
Gas smuggling in Bulgaria causes losses of more than $977 Million (1.3 Billion Lev) annually.
Oil smuggling in Mexico lead to $700 Million in loses for state-run oil company Pemex in 2008.
Gas smuggling in Northern Ireland was responsible for up to a quarter of the regular gasoline sold in 2008. Half of the diesel sold was all illegally smuggled on the black market in Northern Ireland.
Oil smuggling and theft in Nigeria creates losses of up to $1.5 Billion a year.
Fuel smuggling and the avoidance of taxes causes losses of an estimated $10 Billion a year to state and federal government n the United States.