I am doing research for a scenario I call Worldwar 44, and a big part of that fighting over control of oil fields and refineries. The problem is Wikipedia is not super helpful with regard to this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_oil_fields That's a lot of fields, but it doesn't include major pre-Cold War oilfields like Ploesti, Baku nor any in the Indonesian archipelago, all of which were MAJOR World War 2 objectives. I mean, I'm from Ohio and I had no idea until I just looked it up that while Ohio doesn't have an oil field listed on the wiki page, we HAVE produced a billion barrels of oil since 1860. Dwarfed by California, to say nothing of Texas? Sure, but nothing to sneeze at. And recently I found an oil production list for 1940. The US wasn't just the Saudi Arabia of the pre-Cold War Era, we were singlehandedly the OPEC of the period. I need an idea of where these oil fields are, especially in Europe, North America, Siberia and where exactly the oil fields existed in Indonesia.