Infracambrian

Infracambrian

[¦in·frə′kam·brē·ən]
(geology)
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PDO has over 125 producing oil and gas fields tied to its production system in onshore Oman's four main oil fair-ways, as follows: (1) the north, along the UAE and Saudi borders (extension of the Arabian Basin) including Thamama fields like the Fahud-Lekhwair-Daleel group; (2) the north-central groups in the Infracambrian Salt Basin, including the main producers like Yibal and fields centred on Natih-Shibkah; (3) the central and west-central groups in the Salt Basin including the gas-rich Saih Nihaydah; and (4) the south, in a Lower Salt Basin with fields of very heavy and medium/light oils centred on the Marmul-Nimr-Rima-Jalmud trend.
2007) Emphasize on exploration activity for Infracambrian sediments in Pakistan due to a Heavy oil discovery in Baghewala-1 in 1991 in Bikaner- Nagur Basin, Rajasthan India.
Material in the first part of the book surveys the current state of knowledge on the Neoproterozoic, in the areas of stratigraphy, paleogeography, geochronology, and Infracambrian petroleum systems.
These included an untested, inboard basin play of probable salt-related Infracambrian to Paleozoic objectives, a sub-ophiolite play and a Tertiary turbidite play.
PDO has over 125 producing oil and gas fields tied to its production system in onshore Oman's four main oil fair-ways, which are as follows: (1) the north, along the border with the UAE and Saudi Arabia (extension of the Arabian Basin) including Thamama-related fields like the Fahud-Lekhwair-Daleel group; (2) the north-central groups in the Infracambrian Salt Basin, including the main producers like Yibal and fields centred on Natih-Shibkah; (3) the central and west-central groups, also in the Salt Basin, which include the gas-rich Saih Nihaydah; and (4) the south, in a Lower Salt Basin with fields of both very heavy and medium/light oils centred on the Marmul-Nimr-Rima-Jalmud trend.
In this research, four reflectors are identified with Top Jurassic, Top Cambrian, Top Infracambrian, and Top Basement.
South of the Lekhwair-Daleel trend, three productive areas in central and southern Oman are each associated with a sub-division of the main Oman Infracambrian Salt Basin.
PDO has more than 120 oil and gas on stream connected to its production system in onshore Oman's four main oil fair-ways, which are as follows: (1) the north, along the border with the UAE and Saudi Arabia, which is an extension of the Arabian Basin, including Thamama-related fields like the Fahud-Lekhwair-Daleel group; (2) the north-central groups in the Infracambrian Salt Basin, which include the main producing fields like Yibal and fields centred on Natih-Shibkah; (3) the central and west-central groups, also in the Salt Basin, which include the gas-rich Saih Nihaydah; and (4) the south, in a Lower Salt Basin with fields of both very heavy and medium/light oils centred on the Marmul-Nimr-Rima-Jalmud trend.
PDO has more than 120 oil and gas are on stream connected to its production system in onshore Oman's four main oil fair-ways, which are as follows: (1) the north, along the border with the UAE and Saudi Arabia, which is an extension of the Arabian Basin, including Thamama-related fields like the Fahud-Lekhwair-Daleel group; (2) the north-central groups in the Infracambrian Salt Basin, which include the main producing fields like Yibal and fields centred on Natih-Shibkah; (3) the central and west-central groups, also in the Salt Basin, which include the gas-rich Saih Nihaydah; and (4) the south, in a Lower Salt Basin with fields of both very heavy and medium/light oils centred on the Marmul-Nimr-Rima-Jalmud trend.
PDO has more than 120 oil and gas are on stream connected to its production system in onshore Oman's four main oil fairways, which are as follows: (1) the north, along the border with the UAE and Saudi Arabia, which is an extension of the Arabian Basin, including Thamama-related fields like the Fahud-Lekhwair-Daleel group; (2) the north-central groups in the Infracambrian Salt Basin, which include the main producing fields like Yibal and fields centred on Natih-Shibkah; (3) the central and west-central groups, also in the Salt Basin, which include the gas-rich Saih Nihaydah; and (4) the south, in a Lower Salt Basin with fields of both very heavy and medium/light oils centred on the Marmul-Nimr-Rima-Jalmud trend.
The north-central groups in the Infracambrian Salt Basin, which include the main producing giants like Yibal and fields centred on Natih-Shibkah.