The Gulf countries export oil.
Persian Gulf countries used the oil industry to build prosperous economies. The Persian Gulf is located in Western Asia.
The Persian Gulf
They all have oil resources
Amounts of buried oil.
Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, and the UAE are all Persian Gulf countries with massive oil wealth. Pick four.
The gulf countries line the Persian Gulf; their name comes from the Persian Gulf.
Small Countries on Persian GulfQatar and Kuwait both are small countries in the Persian Gulf.
All of the Gulf countries are "oil rich" -Possibly Saudi Arabia most.
Discovery of oil brought wealth.
Kuwait is an "oil nation on the Persian Gulf"Kuwait is one.
oil and natural gas
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.
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait
Only Bahrain is " surrounded by the Persian Gulf"
They are not. Countries located beside the Persian Gulf are often called Gulf Countries.
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.
Generally speaking, the Persian Gulf is between Iran in the north and Saudi Arabia in the south, but there are numerous smaller countries that also have Persian Gulf coastline.
Yes. Bahrain is an island-country surrounded entirely by the Persian Gulf.
The Persian Gulf supplies most of the US's oil needs.