The Persian Gulf countries are 7 in total: Iran, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait. All are rich in oil and oil reserves. Iraq, while also rich in oil and oil reserves, has never been a Persian Gulf State.
Located in the Middle East, the Persian Gulf States, produce about one-fifth of the total world oil production. They have more than half of the world's oil reserves.
seven countries are gulf countries
no the singapoor is not a gulf countries
They are not. Countries located beside the Persian Gulf are often called Gulf Countries.
The gulf countries line the Persian Gulf; their name comes from the Persian Gulf.
there are seven gulf countries in the world.
There are no countries bordering the gulf of Alaska, but the Pacific Ocean does border it.
There 8 countries with borders on the gulf.
Oman and Iran are the only countries that border the Gulf of Oman.
Gulf of Bothnia.
The Gulf countries export oil.
NoThe "Gulf" is the Persian Gulf.The "Arab States of the Persian Gulf" are:Saudi ArabiaKuwaitBahrainQatarUnited Arab EmiratesOmanAlthough Iran and Iraq have coast on the Persian gulf, they are not considered Gulf Countries.