Structural Elements And Formation Parameters For Some Lower Cretaceous Sequences In The Western Desert, Egypt
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The Lower Cretaceous sequences in the northern part of the Western Desert has been penetrated by many of drilled bore—holes adopted by different oil companies. It was encountered at depths ranging from 1200 to 3500 m. The seismic data obtained for the study area have been interpreted. However, two structural elements are depicted. On the other hand, 11 core samples belonging to the Kharita Formation were used for studying some formation parameters such as rock porosity and permeability. Both the porosity and the permeability capacity of the Kharita Formation have been elucidated.