There might be, but none that have been discovered yet. Fossil water has been found in various African desserts (including the Sahari and the Kalahari) Great Artesian Basin (Australia).
Fossil water is simply groundwater that has been in place, largely undisturbed, for a long time. As such there are many aquifers in the US that are “fossil water,” at least to some degree; the article cited in the other answer points out that the Ogallala is “fossil water” modified somewhat by ongoing recharge (and of course significantly depleted by human use).
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