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About three-fourths of the production comes from fields in the Maracaibo Basin and many wells in Lake Maracaibo. The rest comes from fields in the lower Orinoco Basin and a number of recently developed offshore wells. There is also a fielrl in the upper Apure valley 39 VENEZUELA Pumo FtJO INDUSTRY & MINERALS I Main lndu trial Centers II .......... EE I Metals Oil refinery ... Car assembly w Text iles a Chemicals •r ........ "" .... ,. • ••• Mineral Resources t11 Alum inum 1:1 Silicon M• da ®Baronas near the foothill of the ordillera de Merida.
It rises to 5,007 meters ( 16,4 27 feet) at Pico Bolivar and has a number of permanently snow-covered heights. A number of small intermont basins are still predominantly inhabited by American Indians and mestizos. 36 Farther north, the highlands are lower and more broken, allowing for easier accessibility and transit. A northwestern extension of the main chain, known as the Segovia Highlands, consists mainly of deeply dissected low mountains and hills that cover most of the peninsula between Lake Maracaibo and the Caribbean Sea.
Production from wells in the Maracaibo Basin began in 1917 and reached its peak in 1971 , when 193 million tons were produced. From the late 1920s to 1970 Venezuela had been the world's largest exporter of oil. Production in 1988 was 9 3 million tons (an average of I ,825,000 barrels per day). About three-fourths of the production comes from fields in the Maracaibo Basin and many wells in Lake Maracaibo. The rest comes from fields in the lower Orinoco Basin and a number of recently developed offshore wells.