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Abstract

STRUCTURAL STUDY OF EAST BAGHDAD OIL FIELD, CENTRAL IRAQ

Hanan A. Darweesh, Abdul Zahraa M. Obed and Badir N. Albadran*

ABSTRACT

The area of East Baghdad is one of the important oil fields in Iraqi region; it is lying within the Mesopotamian Foredeep Basin. This subsurface structural study of the area is based on the information of the oil wells and the previous seismic section pass through the area, which was used in the construction of the structural cross-section. Through the above information the study can be devised the difference in thickness of sedimentary formations in the basin during Mesozoic and Cenozoic periods of geological time and the structural interpretation for the area especially faults, then know oil migration paths through it.

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