Elephant (Libya) – Giant oilfield in an Ordovician glaciogenic reservoir developed by horizontal wells, with production supported by an active aquifer and water injection.
Hasdrubal (Tunisia) – Fractured carbonate reservoir, with best reservoir quality where partially dolomitized. Gasfield with a thin oil rim, subject to water coning from a strong aquifer.
Zamzama (Pakistan) – Mature gasfield in a structurally complex, heterogeneous turbidite reservoir, produced by 11 wells in a phased development.
Jake South (Sudan) – Waxy, low-GOR oil produced under strong aquifer drive, with recovery enhanced by a variety of innovative techniques, including in situ gas lift, cyclic gas reinjection, continuous nitrogen injection and water injection.
Scarab-Saffron (Egypt) – Giant dry-gas field, in deepwater Nile Delta, in Upper Pliocene slope-canyon turbidites with high porosity and well-characterized by seismic attribute modelling.
Sapphire (Egypt) – Giant gas-condensate field, in deepwater Nile Delta, in Lower Pliocene slope-fan and channel turbidites with low permeability and requiring matrix acidization and gravel packs for sand control.
Habban (Yemen) – Oil recovery from a Cretaceous sandstone reservoir is recharged by the main, underlying fractured basement reservoir. Production affected by episodic military conflict.