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Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 April 1998
GeoArabia (1998) 3 (2): 251-268.
...Samir R. Azer; Ross G. Peebles ABSTRACT The Upper Jurassic Hith Formation and Arab members A, B and C, in central and western offshore Abu Dhabi, consist of 450 to over 600 feet of massive to interbedded anhydrites with varying proportions of limestones and dolomites. A high resolution sequence...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 July 1994
AAPG Bulletin (1994) 78 (7): 1075-1096.
...A. S. Alsharhan; C. G. St. C. Kendall ABSTRACT The Upper Jurassic Hith Anhydrite is a major hydrocarbon seal in the Arabian Gulf region. Outcrops, core samples from the subsurface, and the literature indicate that the Hith Formation is composed mainly of anhydrite. In most locations where a section...
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—Schematic section of the <b>Hith</b> <b>Formation</b> at Dahl <b>Hith</b> in central Saudi Arab...
Published: 01 July 1994
Figure 12 —Schematic section of the Hith Formation at Dahl Hith in central Saudi Arabia showing nodular anhydrite facies (sabkha setting) and laminated varied facies (playa setting) based on information from Leeder and Zeidan (1977) .
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 11 November 1995
AAPG Bulletin (1995) 79 (11): 1608-1630.
...A. S. Alsharhan; G. L. Whittle ABSTRACT The carbonate-evaporite sequences of the Upper Jurassic Arab and overlying Hith formations in the southern and southwestern Arabian Gulf form many supergiant and giant fields that produce from the Arab Formation and are excellent examples of a classic...
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At the Dahal Hit locality the “Laminated Anhydrite” of the <b>Hith</b> <b>Formation</b> i...
in > GeoArabia
Published: 01 October 2015
Figure 5: At the Dahal Hit locality the “Laminated Anhydrite” of the Hith Formation is eroded at “Surface 1”. The overlying Hith Breccia consists of two depositional sequences of limestone (“Breccia 1” and the thicker “Breccia 2”) and evaporite (lower “Anhydrite beds” and upper “Deformed
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Paleostructure-contour maps for the Awali Dome, using the <b>Hith</b> <b>Formation</b>, t...
in > GeoArabia
Published: 01 April 1999
Figure 19: Paleostructure-contour maps for the Awali Dome, using the Hith Formation, topping the Arab Reservoir, as a reference surface (after Chaube and Al-Samahiji, 1995 ). Depth contours represent closure/paleoclosure.
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<b>HITH</b> <b>FORMATION</b> ISOPACH
in > GeoArabia
Published: 01 January 1997
Figure 14: HITH FORMATION ISOPACH
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TOP <b>HITH</b> <b>FORMATION</b> STRUCTURE
in > GeoArabia
Published: 01 January 1997
Figure 15: TOP HITH FORMATION STRUCTURE
Series: SEPM Special Publication
Published: 01 January 2009
DOI: 10.2110/sepmsp.093.127
EISBN: 9781565762978
... and evaporites of which the final thick evaporite is termed the Hith Formation. The Marrat Formation, of Toarcian age, hosts the Marrat Reservoir. The Dhruma Formation, of Bajocian–Bathonian age, hosts the Faridah, Sharar, and Lower Fadhili reservoirs. The Tuwaiq Mountain Formation hosts the Upper Fadhili...
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Log display of the Gotnia and <b>Hith</b> <b>formations</b> in Minagish-27 Well, showing ...
in > GeoArabia
Published: 01 October 2015
Figure 7: Log display of the Gotnia and Hith formations in Minagish-27 Well, showing numbering scheme for the anhydrite units ( Ali, 1995 ), as commonly practiced in Kuwait Oil Company (KOC). Position of MFS J80, J90 and J100 after Sharland et al. (2001) . See Figure 1 for location
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Lithostratigraphy of the Dhruma to <b>Hith</b> <b>formations</b>. There is no biostratigr...
in > GeoArabia
Published: 01 July 2004
Figure 1. Lithostratigraphy of the Dhruma to Hith formations. There is no biostratigraphic control for the Arab and Hith formations. The Arab Formation is informally divided into four members D to A. The entire succession from the Dhruma to Hith forms megasequence AP7 of Sharland et al. (2001) .
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Schematic east-west cross-section of the Arab and <b>Hith</b> <b>formations</b>, Abu Dhab...
in > GeoArabia
Published: 01 January 1996
Figure 4: Schematic east-west cross-section of the Arab and Hith formations, Abu Dhabi. Note: Datum is possibly affected by erosion with the amount of truncation increasing to the east. Facies relationships are schematic.
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—Stratigraphic column for the Upper Jurassic Arab and basal <b>Hith</b> <b>formations</b>...
Published: 11 November 1995
Figure 1 —Stratigraphic column for the Upper Jurassic Arab and basal Hith formations showing rock type, lithology, depositional environment, compensated neutron log (CNL), and compensated formation density (FDC) log responses for each member. Note that only the base of the Hith Formation is shown
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—Depositional model for the Arab and <b>Hith</b> <b>formations</b> in the southern and so...
Published: 11 November 1995
Figure 14 —Depositional model for the Arab and Hith formations in the southern and southwestern Arabian Gulf. Deposition of the Arab and Hith formations is interpreted to have occurred in four distinct settings: supratidal sabkha, intertidal mud/algal flat, shallow subtidal lagoonal, and open
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—Composite lithological column of Arab and <b>Hith</b> <b>formations</b> showing stratifi...
Published: 01 March 1995
Figure 3 —Composite lithological column of Arab and Hith formations showing stratification details and typical open-hole log patterns. Note that the coarsening-upward in the Arab-D carbonate and fining-upward in the Arab-C carbonate are prominent in the porosity logs.
Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 October 2015
GeoArabia (2015) 20 (4): 67-122.
...Figure 5: At the Dahal Hit locality the “Laminated Anhydrite” of the Hith Formation is eroded at “Surface 1”. The overlying Hith Breccia consists of two depositional sequences of limestone (“Breccia 1” and the thicker “Breccia 2”) and evaporite (lower “Anhydrite beds” and upper “Deformed...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 August 1986
AAPG Bulletin (1986) 70 (8): 977-1002.
... of the Dhruma and the Hith anhydrite, the latter also marking the termination of Jurassic deposition across the Arabian platform. The Upper Jurassic “cycles” of marine limestones and anhydrites of the Arab and Hith Formations accumulated in response to changes of sea level caused either by regional epeirogenic...
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Series: SEPM Special Publication
Published: 01 January 2000
DOI: 10.2110/pec.00.69.0229
EISBN: 9781565761919
... in the southeast area, Jubaila dense section, and the Asab-Asab equivalent with the Asab Oolite reservoir. In the western area, the section contains the Tuwaiq Mountain, Hanifa, Jubaila with Arab D reservoir at the top overlain by the Arab Formation with Arab A, B, and C reservoirs and the Hith anhydrite, locally...
Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 July 2004
GeoArabia (2004) 9 (3): 79-114.
...Figure 1. Lithostratigraphy of the Dhruma to Hith formations. There is no biostratigraphic control for the Arab and Hith formations. The Arab Formation is informally divided into four members D to A. The entire succession from the Dhruma to Hith forms megasequence AP7 of Sharland et al. (2001) . ...
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Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 January 2013
GeoArabia (2013) 18 (1): 57-92.
... by the use of these microfossils from the Khuff, Hanifa, Jubaila, Arab and Hith formations. Aeolisaccus dunningtoni is interpreted as either a fossilised cyanobacterial tube or possible foraminifera of Early Permian to Late Jurassic age. It is well represented within mudstones, wackestones and packstones...
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