HYDROCARBONS IN THE MIDDLE MIOCENE JERIBE FORMATION, DYALA REGION, NE IRAQ

@inproceedings{AlAmeri2011HYDROCARBONSIT,
  title={HYDROCARBONS IN THE MIDDLE MIOCENE JERIBE FORMATION, DYALA REGION, NE IRAQ},
  author={Thamer Khazaal Al-Ameri and John E. Zumberge and Zebiur M. Markarian},
  year={2011}
}
The Lower Miocene Jeribe Formation in northern and NE Iraq is composed principally of dolomitic limestones with typical porosity in the range of 10–24% and mean permeability of 30 mD. The formation serves as a reservoir for oil and gas at the East Baghdad field, gas at Mansuriya, Khashim Ahmar, Pulkhana and Chia Surkh fields, and oil at Injana, Gillabat, Qumar and Jambur. A regional seal is provided by the anhydrites of the Lower Fars (Fat'ha) Formation. For this study, oil samples from the… CONTINUE READING

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