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Figure 12 shows such a map for the basal Jurassic formations superimposed on the oil-field distribution map for the Jurassic reservoirs. Figure 13 is a similar composite map of the Cretaceous formations. These maps show excellent agreement between the estimated oil-generation zones and the oil-field distributions, except that relatively few oil fields have been discovered in the area N of the Qatar Peninsula (Figs 12 and 13, region C). This area is a northern extension of the Qatar Arch where the sedimentation rate was relatively slow.
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A: " :::I ~oNEW LAYER ! / DEPTH i - OLD SEDIMENTS logarithmic scale and depth on the arithmetic scale) (Fig. 2, stage A). Additional sediments of thickness l0 are deposited above the sequence under water. If the entire sequence reaches a new equilibrium condition of compaction within a time interval t, a porosity distribution such as that shown in Fig. 2, stage B, is established. Suppose that the outlet for fluid expulsion exists only at the surface and that the fluid is expelled vertically upwards.