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Abstract

A multi-scale analysis integrating structural concepts, local seismic data and well correlations across the Central<br>Arabian Plate demonstrates that the thickness and facies distributions of one of the most important hydrocarbon<br>reservoirs in the Middle East, the Khuff carbonate, are strongly controlled not only by the structural relief at time<br>of deposition but also by the reactivation of the basement structural fabric related to Permo-Triassic tectonic<br>events.

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2009-12-07
2021-01-19
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