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Reservoir evaluation of the Eastern Tethyan Middle Eocene Larger Benthic Foraminifera dominated carbonates from Pakistan
Maǧallaẗ Al-Kuwayt li-l-ʿulūm
The Eocene Large Benthic Foraminiferal limestones of the Tethyan margins are proven hydrocarbon reservoirs. This study examines the controls on porosity and permeability development of the producing Middle Eocene Pirkoh Member of the Eastern Tethys using well core data from Well Zx-01 from the Punjab Platform area, Central Indus Basin, Pakistan. The standard petrographic and core analysis techniques were adopted to determine these controls. Petrographic studies revealed three microfaciesdoi:10.48129/kjs.15597 fatcat:bdf6tmiah5blnp6cizxdygnkza