By Edward Tawadros
''An increased and up-to-date version of the unique 'Geology of Egypt and Libya'. New chapters overlaying the geology of Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco were further to hide all of North Africa. additionally, the petroleum structures of North Africa are actually additionally mentioned and new chapters at the background of geological exploration in Egypt and Libya were additional. This reference quantity bargains reports the tectonic parts, the geology of the Pan-African defend, and Phanerozoic geological evolution of the 5 North African nations, and describes many of the lithostratigraphic devices. together with over 2500 literature references, this quantity is a vital info resource for geologists, geophysicists, engineers and senior scholars in geosciences and geological engineering in North Africa and the center East.''--
''An multiplied and up to date version of the unique 'Geology of Egypt and Libya'. New chapters protecting the geology of Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco were further to hide all of North Africa. Petroleum structures are actually additionally mentioned and the heritage of geological exploration in Egypt and Libya. experiences tectonic components, geology of the Pan-African guard, and Phanerozoic geological evolution of the 5 North African international locations; describes lots of the lithostratigraphic devices; includes over 2500 references''-- Read more...
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The first section was completed in July 2003 and runs from Al Arish in Egypt to Aqaba in Jordan. The second section is from Aqaba to Rehab in Jordan. An Egyptian consortium will operate the pipeline for a period of 30 years with optional extension period of 10 years after this period the ownership of the project will be transferred to Jordan. The third line extends north of the Jordanian-Syrian border to the TurkishSyrian boarders and from the west to Banias and Tripoli in Lebanon. The Arab Gas Pipeline project was designed supply the region with Egyptian gas.
54 TCF OGIP, and produced 103 bcf of gas by the end 2005 (Sirte Website), and the Hateiba Field in Upper Cretaceous carbonates, which was put on production in 1978. Oasis discovered the Belhidan Field with the well V1-59 with estimated OOIP >315 million barrels in Cambro-Ordovician “Gargaf” sandstones. The main reservoir in the Belhidan Field was recently defined as the Belhidan Formation and assigned a Devonian-Carboniferous age by Tawadros et al. (2001). Oasis also discovered the Kalanshiyu Field in the same year.
2005). The same year (1994), Apache entered Egypt with the farm-in of a 25% non-operated interest in the Western Desert’s Qarun Concession. In 1995, the Ras El Ush Field was discovered by Marathon in lower Senonian and Nubian sandstones. The Denise Field, the first field drilled with Pliocene objective in the Mediterranean offshore was discovered by IEOC (Eni in Egypt, 2006). Apache also drilled the wells Shaqiq 1X (dry) and Marakia 1X (oil) in Cretaceous AEB. In 1996, Ashrafi SW Field offshore the Gulf of Suez was discovered in Middle Miocene sediments by Ashpetco.