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The carbonate reservoirs in the Late Oligocene—Early Miocene Asmari Formation in the Dezful Embayment of SW Iran are characterized by low matrix permeability, and effective drainage is dependent on the occurrence of open fractures. Limited information on fracture orientation and fracture density is available from core and borehole image data, and high-quality/high-resolution three-dimensional seismic is often lacking in this area. Well and core data do not contain information on important fracture parameters like length distribution, crosscutting relationships, fracture density v. lithology and bed thickness. The understanding of fracture distribution and formation in the region and their effects on fluid...

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