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Reaction transport modelling (RTM) has been successfully used to simulate dolomitization and to predict the lateral extension of dolomitized bodies as potential hydrocarbon reservoirs in the subsurface as well as to give insights into the dolomitization process itself. Geological configurations that have been tested include reflux dolomitization, thermal convection and dolomitization in compactional burial settings. In this study the hydrothermal dolomitization model has been tested with a RTM approach where a limestone reservoir in an intermediate burial setting is fluxed in the presence of deep feeding faults. Hydrothermal fluids migrate upwards from the deep basin areas through extensional fault...

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