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Help with this scenario..more oil at middle 
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Post Help with this scenario..more oil at middle
Please what interpretation to I adduce to this reservoir,that shows greater hydrocarbon saturation(lower water saturation) at nearly the middle of the reservoir sand.

Please does it have something to do with isostastic adjustment of the reservoir to their thicker sediment load,such that reverses the initial updip oil migration towards the fan apex in turbidites.Is it channel sands or turbites?
Kindly reply.


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