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International Journal of Physical Sciences
The structural trapping mechanism and petrophysical attributes of Afam field, offshore Niger Delta was evaluated using 3D seismic reflection data and composite well logs data. The structure maps and seismic sections show that the anticlinal structure at the centre of the field, which is tied to the crest of the rollover structure assisted by faults, is the principal structure responsible for the hydrocarbon entrapment in the field. Distinctive fault closures are the dominant structural plays indoi:10.5897/ijps2015.4275 fatcat:iksy5pgkjrfnrmxhl6sqv3byzm