World's Top 10 Oil Exporters

Published May 15th, 2019 - 01:37 GMT

 

Did you know that oil was the number one exported product in the world in 2018?

According to World’s Top Exports, 5 countries out of the world’s top 10 oil exporters are located in the Middle East with Saudi Arabia topping the list.

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1. Saudi Arabia: The Kingdom ranks first as the world’s top oil exporter. Its oil shipments were valued at $182.5 billion in 2018 (15.9% of total crude oil exports).

1. Saudi Arabia: The Kingdom ranks first as the world’s top oil exporter. Its oil shipments were valued at $182.5 billion in 2018 (15.9% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)

2. Russia: Russia’s oil shipments were valued at $129 billion in 2018 (11.3% of total crude oil exports).

2. Russia: Russia’s oil shipments were valued at $129 billion in 2018 (11.3% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)

3. Iraq: Iraq’s oil shipments were valued at $91.1 billion in 2018 (7.9% of total crude oil exports).

3. Iraq: Iraq’s oil shipments were valued at $91.1 billion in 2018 (7.9% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)

4. Canada: Canada’s oil shipments were valued at $66.9 billion in 2018 (5.8% of total crude oil exports).

4. Canada: Canada’s oil shipments were valued at $66.9 billion in 2018 (5.8% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)

5. UAE: UAE’s oil shipments were valued at $66.8 billion in 2018 (5.8% of total crude oil exports).

5. UAE: UAE’s oil shipments were valued at $66.8 billion in 2018 (5.8% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)

6. Kuwait: Kuwait’s oil shipments were valued at $49.8 billion in 2018 (4.3% of total crude oil exports).

6. Kuwait: Kuwait’s oil shipments were valued at $49.8 billion in 2018 (4.3% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)

7. USA: USA’s oil shipments were valued at $47.2 billion in 2018 (4.1% of total crude oil exports).

7. USA: USA’s oil shipments were valued at $47.2 billion in 2018 (4.1% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)

8. Iran: Iran’s oil shipments were valued at $45.7 billion in 2018 (4% of total crude oil exports).

8. Iran: Iran’s oil shipments were valued at $45.7 billion in 2018 (4% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)

9. Nigeria: Nigeria’s oil shipments were valued at $43.6 billion in 2018 (3.8% of total crude oil exports).

9. Nigeria: Nigeria’s oil shipments were valued at $43.6 billion in 2018 (3.8% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)

10. Angola: Angola’s oil shipments were valued at $38.4 billion in 2018 (3.4% of total crude oil exports).

10. Angola: Angola’s oil shipments were valued at $38.4 billion in 2018 (3.4% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)

1. Saudi Arabia: The Kingdom ranks first as the world’s top oil exporter. Its oil shipments were valued at $182.5 billion in 2018 (15.9% of total crude oil exports).
2. Russia: Russia’s oil shipments were valued at $129 billion in 2018 (11.3% of total crude oil exports).
3. Iraq: Iraq’s oil shipments were valued at $91.1 billion in 2018 (7.9% of total crude oil exports).
4. Canada: Canada’s oil shipments were valued at $66.9 billion in 2018 (5.8% of total crude oil exports).
5. UAE: UAE’s oil shipments were valued at $66.8 billion in 2018 (5.8% of total crude oil exports).
6. Kuwait: Kuwait’s oil shipments were valued at $49.8 billion in 2018 (4.3% of total crude oil exports).
7. USA: USA’s oil shipments were valued at $47.2 billion in 2018 (4.1% of total crude oil exports).
8. Iran: Iran’s oil shipments were valued at $45.7 billion in 2018 (4% of total crude oil exports).
9. Nigeria: Nigeria’s oil shipments were valued at $43.6 billion in 2018 (3.8% of total crude oil exports).
10. Angola: Angola’s oil shipments were valued at $38.4 billion in 2018 (3.4% of total crude oil exports).
1. Saudi Arabia: The Kingdom ranks first as the world’s top oil exporter. Its oil shipments were valued at $182.5 billion in 2018 (15.9% of total crude oil exports).
1. Saudi Arabia: The Kingdom ranks first as the world’s top oil exporter. Its oil shipments were valued at $182.5 billion in 2018 (15.9% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)
2. Russia: Russia’s oil shipments were valued at $129 billion in 2018 (11.3% of total crude oil exports).
2. Russia: Russia’s oil shipments were valued at $129 billion in 2018 (11.3% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)
3. Iraq: Iraq’s oil shipments were valued at $91.1 billion in 2018 (7.9% of total crude oil exports).
3. Iraq: Iraq’s oil shipments were valued at $91.1 billion in 2018 (7.9% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)
4. Canada: Canada’s oil shipments were valued at $66.9 billion in 2018 (5.8% of total crude oil exports).
4. Canada: Canada’s oil shipments were valued at $66.9 billion in 2018 (5.8% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)
5. UAE: UAE’s oil shipments were valued at $66.8 billion in 2018 (5.8% of total crude oil exports).
5. UAE: UAE’s oil shipments were valued at $66.8 billion in 2018 (5.8% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)
6. Kuwait: Kuwait’s oil shipments were valued at $49.8 billion in 2018 (4.3% of total crude oil exports).
6. Kuwait: Kuwait’s oil shipments were valued at $49.8 billion in 2018 (4.3% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)
7. USA: USA’s oil shipments were valued at $47.2 billion in 2018 (4.1% of total crude oil exports).
7. USA: USA’s oil shipments were valued at $47.2 billion in 2018 (4.1% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)
8. Iran: Iran’s oil shipments were valued at $45.7 billion in 2018 (4% of total crude oil exports).
8. Iran: Iran’s oil shipments were valued at $45.7 billion in 2018 (4% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)
9. Nigeria: Nigeria’s oil shipments were valued at $43.6 billion in 2018 (3.8% of total crude oil exports).
9. Nigeria: Nigeria’s oil shipments were valued at $43.6 billion in 2018 (3.8% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)
10. Angola: Angola’s oil shipments were valued at $38.4 billion in 2018 (3.4% of total crude oil exports).
10. Angola: Angola’s oil shipments were valued at $38.4 billion in 2018 (3.4% of total crude oil exports). (Shutterstock)