Understanding Clastic-Carbonate Interplay in Distal Part of Tapti-Daman Sector of the Mumbai Offshore Basin and Its Implications on Hydrocarbon Prospectivity
The basic litho-facies deposition, their disposition in time and space and the physical properties associated with these litho-facies that can aid in the prediction of reservoir distribution and in the refinement of geologic models.
Its implication on hydrocarbon accumulation through the integrated interpretation of seismic and well data and previous studies in the area.
KeywordsTapti-Daman Clastic-carbonate Mahuva formation Potential reservoir rocks Litho-facies
Authors are thankful to the management of Adani Welspun Exploration Limited for giving permission to publish the paper.
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