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South Caspian sedimentary basin research projects

 
The South Caspian sedimentary basin has characteristics that are fundamentally different from others within the scope of operations of the National Iranian Oil Company. On the other hand, the operational experience of the National Iranian Oil Company in this sedimentary basin is significantly less than others discovered in Iran. This issue has caused the Caspian Oil Company, by defining various research projects, to meet the maximum knowledge needs in this regard in its plan. Currently, the most important current research projects of the Caspian Oil Company are as follows:

 

• Identification of geological and tectonic hazards and possible hydrocarbon zones using geophysical methods and geological and reservoir data in the Caspian Sea -  by Dana Kish Geophysics.

• Mechanism of volcanic formation and its effects on the formation of hydrocarbon reservoirs using remote sensing technology in the South Caspian Basin - Pars Arian Zamin Geological Research Center.
• Modeling of sedimentary basin and determination of delta performance range and reservoir rock expansion in the South Caspian Sea using available information - Tavana Kish Energy.

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KEPCO amid many other companies is a subdivision of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) founded in January 1998. KEPCO is an authority in exploration, development and production of oil and gas in Iran concerning South Caspian Sea and three littoral provinces of Golestan, Mazanderan and Gilan in Iran. KEPCO supervises all the contracts signed by local and international companies regarding exploration and development of hydrocarbon reserves in the area including the pertinent environmental matters. KEPCO is committed to the development of Caspian Sea oil and gas reserves as well.