The World’s Largest Oil Reserves By Country
- Venezuela – 300,878 million barrels.
- Saudi Arabia – 266,455 million barrels.
- Canada – 169,709 million barrels.
- Iran – 158,400 million barrels.
- Iraq – 142,503 million barrels.
- Kuwait – 101,500 million barrels.
- United Arab Emirates – 97,800 million barrels.
- Russia – 80,000 million barrels.
Where is the biggest oil field in the world?
Safaniya (Saudi Arabia) The Safaniya field is the world’s largest offshore oil field. Located in the Persian Gulf, the Safaniya field is thought to hold more than 50 billion barrels of oil. It is Saudi Arabia’s second largest producing field behind Ghawar, churning out 1.5 million bpd.
Where are the largest oil fields in the US?
At 213,543 acres, Prudhoe Bay is the largest oil field in both the United States and North America.
The Top 10 Largest Oil Fields in the U.S.
- Mississippi Canyon, Gulf of Mexico — 15 million barrels.
- Wasson, Texas — 19 million barrels.
Where is North America’s largest oil field?
Top producing oil fields in the United States, 2019* being updated
|2||Eagle Ford Shale||Texas|
|4||Prudhoe Bay Oil Field||Alaska|
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Which country has most crude oil?
Here are the top countries with the biggest proven oil reserves, as reported by EIA.
- Venezuela. Proven oil reserves in 2013 (billion barrels): 297.6.
- Saudi Arabia. Proven oil reserves (billion barrels): 267.91.
- Canada. Proven oil reserves: 173.105.
- Iran. Proven oil reserves: 154.58.
- United Arab Emirates.
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