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In basin and petroleum system modeling, the spatial resolution of models is too coarse to cover all of the relevant geologic processes that occur in reservoirs. Reservoir models are built on a static (time invariant) grid and cannot cover the charge history of a field or processes related to changing geologic structures through time. A new method to combine regional-scale petroleum system models and local reservoir- or prospect-scale models was developed and applied to an oil field in Kuwait. In the field, heavy oil zones occur at the original oil-water contact and also in stratigraphic and structural positions above...

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