Volume 33 (2023)
Volume 32 (2022)
Volume 31 (2021)
Volume 30 (2020)
Volume 29 (2020)
Volume 28 (2019)
Volume 27 (2018)
Volume 26 (2017)
Volume 25 (2016)
Volume 24 (2015)
Volume 23 (2014)
Volume 22 (2013)
Volume 21 (2012)
Volume 20 (2011)
Volume 19 (2010)
Volume 18 (2009)
Volume 17 (2008)
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Petroleum geology
The Clay Minerals Identification of Asmari Reservoir Formation in Maroun Oilfield

Shadi Mohavel; Golnaz Jozanikohan; Sohaila Aslani

Volume 32, Issue 4 , December 2022, , Pages 259-274


  The presence of clay minerals of any type, amount or distribution pattern in hydrocarbon wells causes numerous problems in the formation evaluation. In this research, 15 core samples from Asmari Formation in the Maroun Oilfield were selected in order to study the type and distribution pattern of clay ...  Read More

Diagenesis processes and recognition original carbonate mineralogy of Asmari formations in Karanj Oil Field (Dezful Embayment, SW Iran)

Yazdan Golestan; Umid Kakemem; Mohammad Adabi; E. Dehyadegari

Volume 29, Issue 114 , December 2019, , Pages 197-208


  Carbonate-evaporate succession with siliciclastic sediments and mixed siliciclastic carbonate deposits of Asmari-Pabdeh reservoir in Karanj Oil Field with Oligo-Miocene in age was studied to determine diagenesis, microfacies and original carbonate mineralogy. Micritization, dissolution, compaction, neomorphism, ...  Read More

Microfacies, depositional environments and biostratigraphy of Asmari Formation in Dashroom section (South of Yasuj)

T. Binazadeh; A. Binazadeh; T. Vafaei

Volume 27, Issue 106 , March 2018, , Pages 169-178


  The Asmari Formation is a thick carbonate sequence in Zagros foreland basin (southwest of Iran). It was deposited during Oligocene – Early Miocene ages. The formation with a thickness of 233m cropped out in the Dashtroom section (15 km south of Yasuj). This formation was studied from microfacies, ...  Read More

Microfacies analysis and depositional environments of the Asmari Formation at the Ghar-e Agha Seyyed section, Farsan area (Chaharmahal Bakhtiari province), High Zagros

S. M. Hamidzadeh; A. Babazadeh; B. Asgari – Pirbaluti; A. Solgi

Volume 27, Issue 105 , December 2017, , Pages 25-32


  The Asmari Formation was measured and sampeled in Ghar-e Agha Seyyed at Farsan area in order to determine sedimentary environment based on facies analysis. In the study area, the Asmari Formation has a thickness of 183 m and conformably underlained the Pabdeh Formation. Based on microfacies studies, ...  Read More

Comparative biostratigraphy of Asmari Formation in Maleh-Kuh and Amiran anticlines, Lorestan, Zagros basin, based on benthic foraminifera

M Mohammadi; H Amiri Bakhtiar; F Amraee

Volume 25, Issue 98 , March 2016, , Pages 191-198


  This study aimed to compare Asmari Formation in two sections in Maleh-Kuh and Amiran anticlines based on benthonic foraminifera. In this study, 26 species and 16 genera of benthonic foraminifera from the Maleh-Kuh section yielded 2 biozones of  Elphidiumsp. 14 – Peneroplis, farsenensisandBorelismelocurdica ...  Read More

Biostratigraphy of Oligocene and Lower Miocene Strata along a Transect from Well "A" in Persian Gulf to Semirum Section in High Zagros

M Joudaki; D Baghbani; S.A Aghanabati; B Soleimani; H Asilian; B Ariafar

Volume 24, Issue 96 , September 2015, , Pages 151-158


  In order to biostratighraphy and to discover relationships between biozones of  the Oligocene and lower Miocene strata in Zagros foreland basin, Zagros simply folded belt and High Zagros area, 10 stratigraphic sections along a transect from well "A" in Persian Gulf to Semirum section in High Zagros ...  Read More

Microfacies Analysis of the Asmari Formation at Gorg-Darreh Area, Kuh-e-Mish (in the Zagros Fold-Thrust Belt)

S.A Babazadeh; M Ghavidel-Syooki; H Ghasabi

Volume 24, Issue 95 , June 2015, , Pages 31-38


  The Asmari Formation is well-exposed at Kuh-e-Mish, locating at Gorg-Darreh area (The Zagros fold-thrust belt). In this area, the true thickness of Asmari Formation is 480m. This formation was studied for its microfacies analysis in Gorg-Darreh area (kuh-e-Mish). In this study, seven microfacies was ...  Read More

Geometric Analysis of Tukak and Kamarun Anticlines in Izeh Zone, Zagros

F Baratpour; M Arian; A S

Volume 24, Issue 95 , June 2015, , Pages 191-200


  Situated 15 km NW of the Izeh city, Tukak and Kamarun anticlines are located in northwest of the Izeh zone in the Zagros fold-and-thrust belt. The Tukak anticline measures about 17 km length by 3.3 km width on the Asmari formation outcrop, while the Kamarun anticline shows a maximum length and width ...  Read More

The Study of Role and Texture of Anhydrite in Production Zone of Asmari Formation in Mansuri Oil Field, Zagros, Iran

M Kavianpor sangno; A Namdarian; S.R mousavi-Harami; A Mahboubi; A Omidpour

Volume 24, Issue 94 , March 2015, , Pages 203-216


  Evaporites include wide range of chemical deposits, which are precipitated in surface or near surface, from the concentrated brine by evaporation. Diagenetic processes are important factors can effect on reservoir quality. The Oligo-Miocene Asmari reservoir comprise of siliciclastic and carbonate sequences ...  Read More

Evaluation of Geomechanical Properties of the Asmari Formation (Zagros, W Shiraz) with Incorporation of Laboratory Tests and Numerical Modeling

E Hajizadeh Naddaf; B Oveisi; M.R Ghasemi; M.J Bolurchi

Volume 23, Issue 91 , June 2014, , Pages 57-62


  The analytical models in rock mechanics represent suitable analysis of deformation and failure conditions of the samples bearing simple geometry and mechanical properties. Nowadays different methods of numerical modeling, like finite difference method (FDM), are used for analysis of continuous, non- ...  Read More

The Pabdeh-Asmari Boundary Facies in Kuh e-Asmari Section: Evidence for Unconformable Ruplian-Chattian Boundary in Iran

Hadi Amin-Rasouli; Y. Lasemi; M. Ghomashi; S. Zaheri

Volume 21, Issue 83 , December 2012, , Pages 59-66


  The uppermost layers of the Pabdeh Formation in Kuh e-Asmari section consist of microbial (tufa and stromatolite) facies interpreted to have been deposited in a lacustrine environment. These deposits are unconformably overlain by basal anhydrite and transitional zone of the Asmari and Pabdeh Formations. ...  Read More

Analysis of Fractures in the Asmari Reservoir of Marun Oil Field (Zagros)

Mehran Arian; R. Mohammadian

Volume 20, Issue 78 , December 2011, , Pages 87-96


  Marun oil field is situated on the eastern part of Dezful Embayment zone (Zagros).Aghajari Formation is cropping out on the surface. Asmari formation, Bangestan and Khami Groups are the Main reservoirs in this field. Asmari formation with six reservoirs layers is the most important reservoir. Dolomitic ...  Read More

Gastropods Identification of Asmari Formation in Shamsabad and Runiz Stratigraphic Sections in South- East of Shiraz (Fars Province)

V. Ahmadi; A. Zavarei; A. Motaharian; M. Munt

Volume 21, Issue 82 , December 2011, , Pages 95-102


  Three rock units have been identified in Shamsabad and Runiz stratigraphic sections of Asmari Formation in internal Fars region. Gastropods of Shamsabad and Runiz stratigraphic sections belong to four orders, Mesogastropoda, Neogastropoda, Architaenioglossa, Sorbeoconcha. Seven genuses and three subgenus ...  Read More

Geochemistry of the Asmari Formation at the Tang-e-Sapou and Tang-e-Ban Outcrop Sections, Kohgiluyeh va Bouyer Ahmad Province

Z.K. Mossadegh; M.H. Adabi; A. Sadeghi

Volume 19, Issue 76 , January 2010, , Pages 23-32


  We studied the geochemistry of the Asmari Formation in two outcrop sections: Tang-e-Sapou a 260 m section near Dehdasht City (Kohgiluyeh va Bouyer Ahmad Province) and Tang-e-Ban a 214 m section near Behbahan City (Khozestan Province). Sampling included the complete Asmari Formation and the top of the ...  Read More

Paleoecology and Biozonation of Late Paleocene to Early Miocene Benthic Foraminifers in North & South East Shiraz

Kh. Khosrotehrani; M. Afghah; V. Ahmadi

Volume 16, Issue 63 , March 2007, , Pages 50-69


  In this research, two stratigraphic sections were chosen from the late Paleocene to early Miocene (Jahrum  and Asmari Formations). These sections includes Sadra and Dodaj plus 645 meters of late Paleocene to early Miocene scdiments. For this investigation 360 thin sections were prepared and 12 samples ...  Read More