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Abstract

The Jurassic period worldwide is defined by regional sea-level changes punctuated by major transgressions and regressions. These events have created major stratigraphic sequences throughout the world and resulted in the deposition of key reservoirs, source rocks, and seals throughout this stratigraphic interval. On the Arabian Platform, the Jurassic sequences are prolific and contain significant oil and gas accumulations. Additional hydrocarbon potential may exist based on a more detailed understanding of the stratigraphic gaps/hiatus events, and their impact on the redistribution of reservoir rocks, the maturation of the source rocks and the hydrocarbon migration.

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2012-03-04
2023-01-27
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