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Pakistan Association of Petroleum Geoscientists
PAPG/SPE ANNUAL TECHNICAL CONFERENCE 2010
November 10-11, 2010, Islamabad, Pakistan

Search and Discovery Article #90120 (2011)

Posted February 21, 2011

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Badin and Thar Coals: Potential Candidates for Cbm,
      Abrar Ahmad, Hayat Ahmad, and Sarfraz Solangi

Play Fairway Analysis and Crs Mapping within a Sequence Stratigraphic Framework: Screening Tools for Geological Riskconstrained Exploration,
      Nadeem Ahmad and Moin R. Khan

Policy Incentives for Tight Gas Exploitation,
      Barrister Shahab Ahmad

Application of 2d Basin Modeling for Evaluation of Petroleum Potential of Outer Part of Hazara- Kashmir Syntaxis, Sub-Himalayas,
      Syed Asif Ahsan, Abid H. Baitu, and M. Mudasar Saqab

Three Dimensional Fault Detection Using Dip and Azimuth,
      Aftab Alam, Mirza Naseer Ahmad, Mumtaz Ahmad Mehar, and Sohaib Ahmad

Potential of Tight Gas in Pakistan: Productive, Economic and Policy Aspects,
      Shahab Alam

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Prediction of Fractures Distribution in Carbonate Reservoirs by Using Petrel* DFN Technique in Potwar Basin of Pakistan –Case History,
      Abid H. Bhatti, Saeed Jadoon, Munazzah Afzal, Arshad H. Palekar, Muhammad Ramzan, and Faraz Hasan Siddiqui

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Fault Seal Analysis, a Tool to Reduce the Exploration and Development Risks, a Case Study from Middle Indus Basin,
      Farrukh Daud, Attique-ur Rehman, Gulzeb Nabi Khan, and Asad Ilyas

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Fractures Analysis of Sakessar Limestone Exposed along the Surghar Anticline: Implications for Assessing Secondary Porosity and Permeability for its Potential as Hydrocarbon Reservoir,
      M. Irfan Faiz, Sajjad Ahmad, Abdul Jabbar Malik, Fayaz Ali, and M. Irfan Khan

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Advancement in Acoustic Logging Techniques and Applications in Reservoir Characterization,
      Rahan Hanif, S. Sohaib Zulfiqar, and Sadu-ur-Rehman

Detection of Hydrocarbon Microseepage Anomalies in the Kirthar Fold & Thrust Belt, Pakistan Through Application of Image Enhancement and Gis Techniques Detection of Hydrocarbon Microseepage Anomalies in the Kirthar Fold & Thrust Belt, Pakistan Through Application of Image Enhancement and Gis Techniques,
      Noushaba Hisam, Muhammad Iqbal, Aisha Zubair, and Danyal Mehdi

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Contrasting Depositional Style of Mixed Carbonates-Siliciclastics-Evaporites Bearing Neogene Sequence of Three Distinct Sedimentary Sub-Basins of Gulf of Iskenderun, Eastern Mediterranean Region, Se Turkey,
      Muhammad Ikram and Baki Varol

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Low Gas-Saturation Effect on AVO Response,
      Perveiz Khalid, Farrukh Qayyum, and Daniel Broseta

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Nonlinear Earthquake Site Response Analysis of Layered Soil Deposits at Shakardarra and Muzaffarabad,
      Mona Lisa and Sarfraz Khan

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Role of Chaman Transform Boundary Fault in the Deformation of Eastern Kharan Fore Arc Basin,
      Tahir Maqsood, S. Haider Ali Shah, Abdul Hameed, and Abid H. Baitu

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Superimposed Geologic Features in Seismic Interpretation,
      Farrukh Qayyum, Sohail Yousaf, Danish Malik, Raheela Zaheer, and M. Hammad Manzoor

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Emergent Approach for Data Management in E&P Business Case Study,
      Saleha Rafique, Ahmed Irfan, and Masood Akhter

Enterprise Gis: Role and Importance in Data Management, Interpretation & Dissemination Using an Integrated Systems Environment,
      Syed Furqan Raza, Mirza Naseer Ahmed, Haroon Sharif, and Sohail Rashid

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Cleat Fractures and Matrix Porosity in Coals of Sindh,
      Imdadullah Siddiqui, Sarfraz Hussain Solangi, and Syed Amir Mahmud

New Stratigraphic Play Identified in the Lower Cretaceous Sequence of Middle Indus Basin Pakistan,
      Shaista Sultan and Asad Ilyas

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