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Abstract

Middle Minagish (Tithonian-Berriasian) and Ratawi (Valanginian) Formations, are oil bearing carbonate reservoirs in the Umm Gudair field of Kuwait. Reservoir property varies widely between these two, due to significant variation in the interplay of sedimentation, depositional architecture, and diagenesis. In order to constrain reservoir properties and predicting their distribution, this study integrates data pertaining to sedimentology, sequence stratigraphy, high resolution petrography, of 3 cored wells (900ft of cores) from the Minagish, and 2 cored wells (350ft of cores) from the Ratawi Formations.

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2012-12-09
2021-10-16
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