A Saudi geological study revealed the existence of a geographical spot in the Kingdom, considered the richest oil reserve in the world, according to Professor Abdul Aziz bin Laboun, a former oil adviser at Aramco and a professor of geology at King Saud University.
World’s richest oil reserve spot located between two valleys in Saudi Arabia
Experts estimate that oil reserves in this spot to be at 440 bln barrels, which makes it a huge amount in a very narrow geographical spot. (Supplied)
Staff writer, Al Arabiya English
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