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International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering Website: ( ISSN 2250-2459, ISO 9001:2008 Certified Journal, Volume 6, Issue 3, March 2016) 29 Structural Modeling of Fenchugang Gas Field, Sylhet, Bangladesh Md. Lal Mamud 1 , A. S. M. Woobaidullah 2 , M. A. Baki 3 , Rajib Chandra Chowdhury 4 , Md Zonaed Hossain Sazal 4 , Md. Shafiqul Islam 5 , Musabbir Ahmed Khan 6 1, 4, 6 Research Assistant, Department of Geology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh 2 Professor, Department of Geology, University of Dhaka, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh 3 Ex-managing Director, Bangladesh Petroleum Exploration and Production Co. Ltd. (BAPEX) 5 Manager, Bangladesh Petroleum Exploration and Production Co. Ltd. (BAPEX) Abstract In Bangladesh, most of the onshore part has been explored widely for natural gas, yet there is more possibility to explore the resource inland by remodeling and re-studying with modern techniques. Fenchuganj Gas Field is one of the producing gas fields located at northeastern part of Bangladesh. Five exploration wells (FNG-1, FNG-2, FNG-3, FNG-4 and FNG-5) have been drilled so far and two wells FNG-2 and FNG-3 are producing natural gas. Both the well FNG-1 and FNG-5 have been abandoned as dry wells. The well FNG-4 is still under evaluation. There are nine gas sands recognized are New Gas Sand IV (NGS IV), New Gas Sand III (NGS III), New Gas Sand V (NGS V), New Gas Sand II (NGS II), Upper Gas Sand (UGS), New Gas Sand I (NGS I), New Gas Sand VI (NGS VI), Middle Gas Sand (MGS) and Lower Gas Sand (LGS). Producing gas sands are UGS, MGS and LGS. Out of nine gas sands, seven have been modeled in this research work. The structure of Fenchuganj Gas field has re-studied with petrel simulation software by incorporating seismic and wirline log data. The gas sand horizons were picked and 3D time contour map and depth structure map of each horizon were made. Fault models have been made for fault interpretation. Two major reverse faults have been identified trending NNE-SSW in the study area. These faults divided the study area into three segments which can be named as western part, eastern part and faulted zone. Maps and models showed that the structure of the Fenchuganj Gas Field is almost NNE-SSW trending asymmetric anticlinal fold. The eastern flank is steeper than the western flank.
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