Which countries are rich in crude oil?
Major oil-producing countries
|country||total production of petroleum and other liquids (thousands of barrels/day; 2017 estimate)||proven reserves of crude oil, NGPL,*** and other liquids (billions of barrels; 2018 estimate)|
Which country has no crude oil?
Japan ranks only behind the United States and China in both GDP and daily consumption of oil, but its proved reserves are essentially zero, compared with U.S. reserves of nearly 31 billion barrels and Chinese reserves of about 24.5 billion barrels.
Where is crude oil most commonly found?
The top oil producing countries are Saudi Arabia, Russia, the United States, Iran, and China. In the United States, petroleum is produced in 31 states. Those states that produce the most petroleum are Texas, Alaska, California, Louisiana, and Oklahoma.
Is Sweden oil rich?
Sweden consumes 322,109 barrels per day (B/d) of oil as of the year 2016. Sweden ranks 43rd in the world for oil consumption, accounting for about 0.3% of the world’s total consumption of 97,103,871 barrels per day.
How much oil is left in the world?
The Organization for Petroleum Exporting Countries reports that there are 1.5 trillion barrels of crude oil reserves left in the world. These are proven reserves that are still capable of being extracted by commercial drilling.
What country has the most oil 2021?
Here are the 10 countries with the most oil production: United States (12108) Russia (10835)
Oil Production By Country 2021.
|Country||Crude Oil Production (thousands barrels per day)||2021 Population|
Is Dubai running out of oil?
“At current production rates, UAE’s extractable oil reserves could last up to 150 years, one of the highest rates in the world,” he said at a recent oil conference, quoted by the Fujairah Chamber’s monthly magazine, Al Ghorfa.
How much oil is left in Saudi Arabia?
Oil Reserves in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia has proven reserves equivalent to 221.2 times its annual consumption. This means that, without Net Exports, there would be about 221 years of oil left (at current consumption levels and excluding unproven reserves).