Aluminum
Used For: transportation, packaging, construction, electronics
Reserves: 75,000,000,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 99%
Largest Producers
Antimony
Used For: drugs, batteries, fire retardants
Reserves: 1,800,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 22%
Largest Producers
Cadmium
Used For: rechargeable batteries, tv screens
Reserves: 660,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 39%
Largest Producers
Chromium
Used For: plating, paint
Reserves: 350,000,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 66%
Largest Producers
Cobalt
Used For: alloys, blue dye
Reserves: 7,300,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 79%
Largest Producers
Copper
Used For: brass, wires, piping
Reserves: 630,000,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 54%
Largest Producers
Gold
Used For: jewellery, bullion
Reserves: 51,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 27%
Largest Producers
Graphite
Used For: pencils, steelmaking, brake linings, lubricants
Reserves: 71,000,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 63%
Largest Producers
Indium
Used For: touch screens, solar panels, LCD screens
Reserves: 11,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 59%
Largest Producers
Lead
Used For: bullets, car batteries
Reserves: 80,000,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 27%
Largest Producers
Manganese
Used For: iron & steel, dry cell batteries
Reserves: 630,000,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 54%
Largest Producers
Molybdenum
Used For: armour, aircraft parts, electrical contacts, industrial motors and filaments
Reserves: 9,800,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 63%
Largest Producers
Nickel
Used For: coins, plating
Reserves: 76,000,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 61%
Largest Producers
Platinum
Used For: fuel cells, catalytic converters, more jewellery
Reserves: 66,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 83%
Largest Producers
Phosphorus
Used For: fertilizer, pesticides, matches
Reserves: 65,000,000,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 90%
Largest Producers
Rare earths
Used For: hybrid cars, wind turbines
Reserves: 110,000,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 98%
Largest Producers
Silver
Used For: bandages, medals, jewellery
Reserves: 510,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 33%
Largest Producers
Tantalum
Used For: mobile phones
Reserves: 110,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 82%
Largest Producers
Tin
Used For: food cans, industry
Reserves: 5,200,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 21%
Largest Producers
Titanium
Used For: aircraft, armour
Reserves: 690,000,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 79%
Largest Producers
Tungsten
Used For: metalworking, mining, construction, lighting, electronics
Reserves: 2,900,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 51%
Largest Producers
Uranium
Used For: Nuclear power, nuclear weapons
Reserves: 5,469,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 69%
Largest Producers
Yttrium
Used For: TVs, computer monitors, fluorescent lights, x-ray screens
Reserves: 540,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 100%
Largest Producers
Zinc
Used For: brass, batteries
Reserves: 250,000,000 Metric Tons
Percent Remaining: 37%
Largest Producers
Oil
Used For: fuel
Reserves: 1,333,100,000,000 Barrels
Percent Remaining: 57%
Largest Producers
Gas
Used For: fuel
Reserves: 187,490,000,000,000 Cubic Meters
Percent Remaining: 61%
Largest Producers
Coal
Used For: fuel
Reserves: 412,440,666,667 Tonnes of Oil Equivalent
Percent Remaining: 63%
Largest Producers
Aluminum
99%
Coal
63%
Chromium
66%
Tin
21%
Oil
57%
Gas
61%
Cobalt
79%
Graphite
63%
Gold
27%
Uranium
69%
Copper
54%
Nickel
61%
Silver
33%
Titanium
79%
Phosphorus
90%
Molybdenum
63%
Zinc
37%
Manganese
54%
Cadmium
39%
Antimony
22%
Platinum
83%
Lead
27%
Tungsten
51%
Tantalum
82%
Indium
59%
Rare earths
98%
Non-Renewable
What's Left of the Original World Supply?
Legend
Resource
Remaining World Supply
Industry
Fuel
Military
Technology
Precious
Copyright 2011 Lev Eliezer Israel
contact@eliezerisrael.com

Thanks to Chuck Feingold for research assistance

Data sources: InformationIsBeautiful.com, USGS, IEA, BP, nationmaster.com, earth-policy.org, physorg.com.

Data for historical usage of Uranium and Coal are flat out guesses. Got historical data? Let me know.