[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]The latest list of the richest oil in the Arab world ... Iraq is in second place[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] September 15, 2018
Baghdad - Journal News
Libya's Al-Wasat newspaper published the ranking of the Arab countries in terms of oil reserves.
Saudi Arabia topped the list with 263.9 billion barrels, accounting for 20.7 percent of the world's reserves.
In second place comes Iraq with about 143.4 billion barrels, according to the annual statistical report of the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries.
In third place came Kuwait with reserves of 101.5 billion barrels, and the UAE with 97.8 billion barrels.
Libya ranked fifth with 48.4 billion barrels followed by Qatar with 25.2 billion barrels.
In the seventh place, Algeria had a proven reserve of 12.2 billion barrels, followed by Oman with 5.3 billion barrels, Egypt with 3.4 billion barrels, Yemen with 3 billion barrels and Syria with reserves of 2.5 billion, followed by Sudan by 1.5 billion barrels.