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Sedimentology of Paralic Reservoirs: applications to a super-giant oil field in South Iraq

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Sedimentology and stratigraphy play a major role in the development planning of complex oil fields. In this talk I will present a case study from the Rumaila field, Iraq, where the process of geological description was completed ‘from scratch’ with an unusually extensive dataset. After a year-long investigation, the major control on productivity was found to be sedimentological, directly impacting the future of the field for decades to come.

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