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Thickness of the <b>Shoab</b> <b>Ali</b> <b>Member</b> as contoured at 500 ft interval by  Saoud...
Published: 01 January 2012
Figure 2: Thickness of the Shoab Ali Member as contoured at 500 ft interval by Saoudi and Khalil (1986) . In their map the member does not extend north of about 28°N. Also shown are locations mentioned in the paper.
Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 October 2013
GeoArabia (2013) 18 (4): 137–174.
... assumed to be representatives for this period on a regional scale. In addition, the Oligocene/Miocene Boundary (OMB) could be lithostratigraphically defined within the studied formation, most likely at the boundary between the lower Shoab Ali Member and upper Ghara Member. A fungal/algal ‘event’ within...
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Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 January 2012
GeoArabia (2012) 17 (1): 17–44.
...Figure 2: Thickness of the Shoab Ali Member as contoured at 500 ft interval by Saoudi and Khalil (1986) . In their map the member does not extend north of about 28°N. Also shown are locations mentioned in the paper. ...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2013
Journal of Micropalaeontology (2013) 32 (2): 183–195.
... phase, as also indicated by a lithological change near the top of the Shoab Ali Member of the Nukhul Formation. In addition, the co-occurrence of freshwater algae, mainly Botryococcus and Pediastrum , together with some aquatic fungal genera, such as Involutisporonites, Paragrantisporites, Quilonia...
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Composite section of the Nukhul Formation showing its four <b>members</b> (reprodu...
Published: 01 January 2012
Figure 4: Composite section of the Nukhul Formation showing its four members (reproduced from Saoudi and Khalil, 1986 ). Note the boundaries between the Shoab Ali Member and the Upper members are not defined in the same wells or outcrops. In the present paper the base of the oldest syn-rift
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Stratigraphic schemes for the Nukhul Formation discussed in the paper. The ...
Published: 01 January 2012
Figure 3: Stratigraphic schemes for the Nukhul Formation discussed in the paper. The present study follows Saoudi and Khalil (1986) and Richardson and Arthur (1988) and divides the Nukhul Formation into the continental clastics of the Shoab Ali Member, and the Upper Nukhul members consisting
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Type section of the Nukhul Formation in Wadi Nukhul (reproduced from  Wesco...
Published: 01 January 2012
Figure 6: Type section of the Nukhul Formation in Wadi Nukhul (reproduced from Wescott et al., 1996 ; Krebs et al., 1997 ). In the present paper the base of the formation is named the Suez Rift Unconformity; continental Unit 1 and near-shore Unit 2 are correlated to the Shoab Ali Member
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Lithology of the Nukhul Sequence in the Wadi Dib-1 Well as described by Che...
Published: 01 January 2012
Figure 12: Lithology of the Nukhul Sequence in the Wadi Dib-1 Well as described by Chevron’s well site geologists M. Raslan, C. Allen and Z. Ebeid. Six Nukhul shale-sandstone subsequence are here interpreted in the Shoab Ali Member between 11,602–10,586 ft. The Ghara Member occurs between 10,586
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The Nukhul Sequence is calibrated in the present study between ca. 25.0 and...
Published: 01 January 2012
Figure 11: The Nukhul Sequence is calibrated in the present study between ca. 25.0 and 21.0 million years ago based on a tuned orbitalforcing time scale ( Matthews and Al-Husseini, 2010 ). A maximum flooding surface, the Nukhul MFS, is placed at the transition from the continental Shoab Ali
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Location map of the studied well (GH 404-2A), the type section of the Nukhu...
Published: 01 July 2013
Fig. 1. Location map of the studied well (GH 404-2A), the type section of the Nukhul Formation (Wadi Nukhul) and the type wells of the Shoab Ali and Ghara members, Gulf of Suez, Egypt. Map based mainly on GUPCO (1983).
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Lithological log of the Nukhul Formation, GH 404-2A Well, Gulf of Suez, Egy...
Published: 01 July 2013
Fig. 2. Lithological log of the Nukhul Formation, GH 404-2A Well, Gulf of Suez, Egypt, modified after GUPCO ( 1983 ). The OMB is placed tentatively at the lithological boundary between the Shoab Ali and Ghara members ( Hewaidy et al. , 2012 , and this study). According to sequence stratigraphy
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Cross-sections AA′, BB′ and CC′ in the southern Gulf of Suez showing the Sh...
Published: 01 January 2012
Figure 5: Cross-sections AA′, BB′ and CC′ in the southern Gulf of Suez showing the Shoab Ali and Ghara members of the Nukhul Formation (reproduced from Saoudi and Khalil, 1986 ). In the cross-section CC′ in Figure 5c the four anhydrite marker beds are interpreted to merge into Marker 1
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 January 2003
AAPG Bulletin (2003) 87 (1): 143–180.
... a correlation with the Rudeis Formation and the lower Senonian Matulla Limestone. There also may be some contribution of oils generated from the Brown Limestone and the Thebes Formation. The oils belonging to this group are confined to the Ramadan, July, Morgan, Ras Gharra, Shoab Ali, Ashrafi, Ganim, Geisum...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1994
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (1994) 42 (3): 312–331.
.... The exploration contin- ued in the onshore area and in the adjacent islands until the Second World War. Exploration activity resumed in 1961 and has continued since. It has resulted in the discovery of such major oil fields as Zeit Bay, Shoab Ali, East Zeit, Geisum and Ashrafi (Fig. 2). The principal aim...
Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 October 2009
GeoArabia (2009) 14 (4): 139–162.
... ; Jackson et al., 2006 ). This Formation corresponds to the “Red Bed Series of Group A” ( Montenat et al., 1988 ) and in part to the Shoab Ali Member of the Nukhul Formation ( Saoudi and Khalil, 1986 ). The Abu Zenima Formation contains basaltic flows, which have been dated at ca. 24.0–22.0 Ma ( Montenat et...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 January 1996
AAPG Bulletin (1996) 80 (1): 101–118.
... fault blocks ( Meshref and Khalil, 1990 ). The Nukhul Formation consists of conglomeratic and brecciated sandstone (a reservoir facies) with some thin shale interbeds in the lower member (Shoab Ali Member), making the unconformity between the Miocene and the pre-Miocene sequences ( Figure 3 ). The upper...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 11 October 1997
AAPG Bulletin (1997) 81 (10): 1640–1659.
..., reflects environmental heterogeneity due to differences in tectonic setting of the separate fault blocks. The Nukhul (Yanbu) Formation consists of conglomeratic and brecciated sandstones with thin shale interbeds in the lower member (Shoab Ali), affected by the unconformity between the Miocene and the pre...
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Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 October 1997
GeoArabia (1997) 2 (4): 385–400.
... in several oil fields, e.g., Ras Budran, October, Feiran, East Zeit, Hilal, Shoab Ali, Ramadan, GS 382, Ras Gharib and Bakr ( Figure 1 ) at depths ranging between 630 and 3,700 m. The porosity of the Malha Sandstone ranges from 13% to 28%, depending mainly on the depth of burial, kaolinite content and silica...
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Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 October 1999
GeoArabia (1999) 4 (4): 503–542.
... the formation, the regional equivalent of the Al Wajh formation in the Midyan region was not defined, although its similarity to the Shoab Ali Member of the Nukhul Formation ( Saoudi and Khalil, 1984 ) of the Gulf of Suez was noted. Type section: Al Wajh South-1 (AWSO-1) Saudi Aramco exploration well...
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Journal Article
Journal: GeoArabia
Publisher: Gulf Petrolink
Published: 01 July 2005
GeoArabia (2005) 10 (3): 49–126.
... to the Bathan formation described from the Jiddah region ( Brown et al., 1989 ). When Hughes and Filatoff (1996) named the formation, the regional equivalent of the Al Wajh Formation in the Midyan region was not defined. Its similarity to the Shoab Ali Member (basal sands and sandstones) of the Nukhul Formation...
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