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Geosciences Journal. Sandstones and conglomerates of the Neogene fluvial succession in Pishin Belt Katawaz Basin , Pakistan were studied for the first time to understand the composition, provenance and tectonic settings of the source areas. Modal composition of the Dasht Murgha Group Qt 61 F 11 L 28 suggests that sandstone is dominated by quartz with abundant lithic fragments and minor proportions of feldspar.
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Meyal Field is considered as one of the chief hydrocarbon producing fields in the Potwar Basin, Pakistan. The present research emphasize on the subsurface structures affecting the Mesozoic-Cenozoic successions exclusively foremost reservoir units comprising the Eocene Chor Gali and Sakesar formations. Data from six seismic lines and three wells aligned with those lines have been deliberated comprehensively with remarkable and tremendous calibration. Five prominent and imperative reflectors specifically the Permian, Triassic, Jurassic, Paleocene and Eocene successions were interpreted through seismic tactics. Time structure maps were equipped on the basis of two-way travel time TWT of the seismic line. Likewise, four isopach maps portrayed the thickness discrepancy of prospective hydrocarbon strata. Structurally, analytical section reveals that the Meyal anticline is a plunging and faulted anticline.