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Abstract

Oman’s rapid domestic demand growth for gas, primarily for power generation, significant LNG sales contracts, and the petrochemical industry, will be met in the near future with a decline in conventional gas production. The supply shortfall may be met by Tight and Unconventional Gas, with its large volumes and long-term potential. To secure mid-long term supply Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) is executing an appraisal programme in North Oman focussing on the Amin Fahud Basin Tight Gas sandstones with porosities ranging from 3 to 10% and (ambient) permeabilities from 0.001 to 1 mD.

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2013-10-28
2021-10-20
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