LIBYA - The Ghadames Basin.
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A basement is one or more floors of a building that are either completely or partially below the ground floor. Slab-on-grade buildings do not have basements. in Libya rises to crop out in the south and south-west. In the western part of the country the Ghadames elements seen in Algeria and Tunisia cross into Libya. Among interesting discoveries in Libya close to the Algerian border is the Al Wafaa gas/condensate field. The field was discovered in 1991 by NOC (Network Operations Center) A central or regional location for monitoring a large network. Also called a "network management center" (NMC), "service management center" (SMC) or "network control center" (NCC), a NOC may be used to manage a large enterprise network, and is an extension of Alrar gas field in Algeria. Al Wafaa is estimated to have recoverable reserves of about 100m barrels of condensates and 2,000 BCF BCF Billion Cubic Feet
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Early exploration by foreign companies in the Ghadames Basin resulted in small oil discoveries which were not developed, because of lack of infrastructure. In the 1970s, NOC discovered several oilfields in the Hammadah Al Hamra Al Hamra (Arabic: الحمراء) is a 400-year-old town in the region Ad Dakhiliyah, in northeastern Oman. It is home to the mountainside village of Misfat Al Abryeen. plateau plateau, elevated, level or nearly level portion of the earth's surface, larger in summit area than a mountain and bounded on at least one side by steep slopes, occurring on land or in oceans. . Although they were small, the fields were close to one another and this warranted their development by NOC. The oil is reservoired in Palaeozoic sandstones.
Another petroliferous Petroliferous is a word used to describe a rock or geologic formation containing or yielding petroleum.
See Bituminous rocks province has been established in the south-west of that region extending from the Palaeozoic Illizi Basin of Algeria. Oil is reservoired in Palaeozoic sandstones sourced from the same prolific Silurian shales which have contributed so much oil in North Africa. There are traps in that region which occur in folded and faulted structures, as in the case of the Hammada Al Hamra Basin to the north.