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Abstract

This presentation introduces the case study of reservoir characterization in the offshore oil field. This field is in a dome approximately 7km wide, superimposed on anticlinal structure. The two Jurassic zones comprise the main oil reservoirs in the field. The formation of these reservoirs consists mainly of carbonates, accompanied by subordinate anhydrite. The upper zone ('A') is separated from the lower ('B') by an anhydrite layer 20 feet thick.

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1996-10-27
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