Report summaryThe Zuluf field is located about 40 kilometres off Saudi Arabia's northeast coast, in around 36 metres of water. The field is a huge northeast-southwest anticline, measuring approximately 600 km2, comprising six oil-bearing reservoirs of Cretaceous to Jurassic age. The main reservoir is the Khafji reservoir within the Wasia Formation (Cretaceous Albian). It is primarily a sandstone reservoir with shale stringers. Zuluf's oil production is marketed as Arab Medium. The oil is ...
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