The studied field is located in the onshore area of the Arabian Peninsula. The trap is formed<br>by a gentle faulted anticline, trending SW-NE, and contains sweet, 39° API crude oil. It was<br>discovered in the sixties in Early Cretaceous carbonate reservoirs, the Thamama Zones B &<br>C. The volume of oil in place (STOIIP) in the field is several billions barrels. Since the<br>seventies, the oil is recovered with water injection schemes including dozens of injector wells<br>and hundreds of producer wells. The current production is exceeding hundred thousand oil<br>barrels per day.


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