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Ghawar Field is a large oil field in Saudi Arabia. The world's "King of Kings." Ghawar was discovered in 1948/49. Approximately 60-65% of all Saudi oil produced between 1948 and 2000 was from Ghawar. Currently (although the data is sketchy), Ghawar produces over 5 million barrels (800,000 m³) of oil a day (6.25% of global production). It is practically owned by Saudi Aramco.
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