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What state in the US has the most oil in it?

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Alaska produces the most oil by a very wide margin of any other state. Ever twice as much as Texas which is second. ND is 9th. There are proven reserves and projected reserves. Alaska has the most proven reserves. The state with the most projected reserves is debatable as it cannot be proven.
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