Much more potential may lie in Pakistan's Sembar-Goru

01/14/2002
Click here to enlarge imageThe Union Texas Pakistan Group (UTP) began exploration in Pakistan in 1977 on the nearly roadless area of the Badin Bock in the Lower Indus basin.1 The first oil discovery in the Lower Indus basin at Khaskeli in 1981 opened up the fascinating new play of Lower Cretaceous for petroleum exploration in Pakistan (Fig. 1). Click here to enlarge imageThe formations of Cretaceous age recognized in the Indus basin of Pakistan, the Kutch, Saurashtra, and Narmada basins of India, and the Cauvery basin of Sri Lanka have been correlated (Fig. 2).2Nomenclature adopted by different oil companies with respect to their concession areas in Pakistan is shown in Table l. Figs. ...
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