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Abstract

The Late Jurassic Arab Formation consists of complex carbonate and evaporite facies associations deposited along ramps and<br>intra-shelf Arabian basins, which form large hydrocarbon fields. Most of the time, the 3D reservoir characterization of such<br>reservoirs is challenging, due to superimposed diagenetic overprints. The aim of this paper is to present an integrated approach<br>using original rock-typing and modeling methods for the characterization of the four main reservoirs of the Arab Formation in<br>Maydan Mahzam Field (Qatar).

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2009-12-07
2021-01-23
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