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The Devonian System in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) forms a significant part of the Paleozoic succession on the Arabian plate and was deposited on an extensive coastal plain to shoreline to shallow continental shelf, dipping slightly to the north and east. The Devonian succession attains a thickness of nearly 2.5 km (8200 ft), though a significant part of this thickness is from the reconstructed Jubah Formation in deep basins to the east and north of KSA. The Devonian Jauf Formation is an important siliciclastic gas-bearing and producing reservoir in eastern Saudi Arabia, and it formed within a...

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