The lifting of the embargo on Libya has enabled the latest geophysical technology to enter the country and help solve exploration and production issues. One such issue is the seismic description of carbonates reservoirs such as the Lehib field in the Sirte basin. This carbonate reservoir thins and historically has proved difficult to image and interpret; to resolve this, a broad seismic bandwidth with good signal-to-noise ratio content is required. The aim is to produce a detailed 3D static reservoir model to enhance the production of the current reservoir and to explore the possibilities of satellites to this main field.


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