Cambay


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Cam·bay

 (kăm-bā′), Gulf of
See Gulf of Khambhat.

Cambay

(kæmˈbeɪ)
n
(Placename) Gulf of Cambay an inlet of the Arabian Sea on the W coast of India, southeast of the Kathiawar Peninsula
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The Cambay-76H "proof of concept" horizontal well is evaluating the production potential of the Y Zone interval of the extensive deep Eocene "tight" reservoirs in the onshore Cambay Production Sharing Contract area, Gujarat, India.
The block is located in a sparsely populated, semi-arid valley immediately north of the hydrocarbon rich Cambay Basin.
Climate might have also played a role in the fauna found in the Cambay amber.
The 180-200 Zone has 14 full or partial well penetrations with log responses that indicate hydrocarbons are present and moveable hydrocarbons have been produced by conventional drill stem and production test from a thin interbedded sand section in the near-vertical Cambay 19z well.
Currently, the Company is focused on the development of high potential exploration targets in the Krishna Godavari, Cambay and the Deccan Syneclise basin areas.
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The Gulf of Cambay has been under explored because of anticipated drilling difficulties associated with large tidal variations within the bay.
With the progress made on the Cambay Field during the year, the Company's primary focus is now in India.
Indian marine scientists recovered artifacts, including pottery clays, in the Gulf of Cambay off the coast of Surat in the western state of Gujarat, Science and Technology Minister Murli Manohar Joshi said.
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