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Abstract

The Masila Basin is one of the most hydrocarbon-prolific sedimentary basins in the Republic of Yemen and is located in the Hadramaut region in East Central Yemen (Fig. 1). The hydrocarbons produced from Masila Basin are predominantly oil with minor amounts of natural gas. This basin formed as a rift during the Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous due to the Gondwana breakup. This paper will present subsidence histories, maturation window, hydrocarbon generation and expulsion analysis.

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2012-04-23
2022-01-22
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