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Abstract

In Al Khalij carbonate field, the impact of faulting and fracturing has long been considered insignificant on the dynamic<br>reservoir behaviour. However with the continued field depletion, an interference between some wells has been noticed. This<br>interference cannot be explained by matrix properties. Therefore, a better understanding of the detailed structure grain seems<br>to be the key for understanding the field dynamic behaviour. This integrated study shows that faults can barely described<br>from the seismic data. But it has been found that a detailed understanding of the field structure is possible if other data are<br>also taken into account.

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2009-12-07
2021-01-26
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