The main foundation of this thesis is based on Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The complete idea is to show the importance about the current status of the oil resources present in the world. The objective is to represent the top oil producing nations on the world map in a very simplified manner. This focuses on the highest amount of oil available in terms of Thousand Million Barrels by different nations of the world. The goal of showing all the information about the current scenario of the oil resources was achieved by programming on maps in Geographic Information Systems. This GIS Application uses MOJO, which is a plugin for map GUI. There are 17+ layers of maps which are embedded within each other to show a combinatorial effect of different oil nations. It has a timeline, having decades, which can display the different statuses about the availability of oil resources on the world map corresponding to the selected decade in the timeline. The timeline will be covering a range of 80 years from 2000 to 2080, to understand different oil scenarios in the past, present and the future. The highlighted nations capable of producing enormous amount of natural resources like Oil, more information about them can be obtained by hovering the mouse over the nation and clicking on them inside the world map. Information like capacity of Oil Production per day in Thousand Million Barrels can be obtained along with a web link taking you to their respective Oil Production details webpage. Application includes influence of world population, their rate of consumption of the Oil Resources and their relation with the rate of production of Oil from the currently available Oil Reserves. Analytical charts also included, where the user can easily understand the dependence of human population and the Oil resources in the world. Information about Peak Oil has been presented to demonstrate where the World is currently standing in the consumption of available oil resources and when can we expect the last few years of this beautiful OIL AGE.