Exploring for hydrocarbon resources is a challenging task that requires geoscientists to deal with a variety of data types and implement complex workflows to succeed. Quest for hydrocarbons typically starts out in the field and proceeds through a path of data acquisition, analysis and interpretation that requires considerable skill and experience. A glimpse of the nature of this quest is discussed through the example of the Arab-D reservoir, the most prolific reservoir in the world. Emphasis is placed on sedimentologic analysis and integration with micropaleontologic and petrophysical data in exploration and development activities.
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