Hydrocarbon migration in the Zagros Basin, offshore Iran, for understanding the fluid flow in the Oligocene-Miocene carbonate reservoirs

  • Shariatinia Z
  • Haghighi M
  • Feiznia S
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Kuh-e Mond Field is a conventional heavy oil resource in the Zagros foreland Basin, Iran, produced from the fractured carbonates partially filled by dolomite, calcite, and anhydrite cement. Vitrinite reflectance data from carbonate reservoir suggest low-maturation levels corresponding to paleotemperatures as low as 50 °C. The observed maturation level (

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  • Heavy oil
  • Iran
  • Kuh-e Mond Field Iran
  • PVTX simulation
  • Petroleum inclusions
  • Phase diagram

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