The largest lake in south America has rich oil reserves and is located in northern Venezuela what is its name?
Venezuela, Mexico, and Brazil qualify as such: Proven oil reserves (2014) in millions of barrels: Venezuela: 297,570 (largest reserves in the world) Brazil: 13,986 (15th) Mexico: 10,264 (16th) Oil production (2013) in millions of barrels per day Venezuela: 3.02 (9th largest producer in the world) Mexico: 2.93 (10th) Brazil: 2.6 (12th)
What country between the red sea and the Persian gulf that has the largest known petroleum reserves?
The question as posed is somewhat difficult to answer. Venezuela is the country with the largest amount of proven oil reserves, but does not match the geographic conditions because it is in South America. Conversely, Saudi Arabia, a country between the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf, is the country with the second largest proven petroleum reserves.
America gets a greater percentage of oil from Venezuela than from the Middle East, and Venezuela has the largest oil reserves in the Western hemisphere--maybe the only oil in the WH; Texas was pretty much pumped dry by the mid 1970s. Venezuela also exports petroleum, petroleum products, and aluminum