• C. J. Campbell


Oman lies on the south-eastern limit of the Arabian Peninsula, adjoining the mouth of the Persian Gulf. It covers an area of 309,000 km2, made up of a fertile coastal strip along the northeast coast, which is separated from extensive deserts over the rest of the country by a mountain range, which rises to over 3,000 m, The population of three million is concentrated on the northeast coast, which enjoys a hot and humid climate, watered by the SW monsoon. Muscat, the capital, which is an attractive old town of tree-lined streets and parks, supports a population of around 300,000.


Carbon Capture Arabian Peninsula Horizontal Well Petroleum System Northeast Coast 
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© Colin J. Campbell and Alexander Wöstmann 2013

Authors and Affiliations

  • C. J. Campbell
    • 1
  1. 1.BallydehobIreland

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