This paper presents an integrated approach to characterize a gas-condensate carbonate reservoir using the combination of well-test deconvolution analysis, and well logging interpretation. Each set of data from the subject well, namely, petrophysical logs, production logs, surface well tests and drill-stem tests was analysed. Well test analyses was implemented using both pressure-derivative and variable-rate deconvolution techniques. An integrated analysis and interpretation of the results from different sources was performed. This approach was especially beneficial in reducing some uncertainties such as the layered nature of the reservoir, the heterogeneous behaviour, and boundary-dominated flow regimes. The application of deconvolved derivative increased the radius of investigation and duration of original constant-rate pressure from 24 hours to 140 hours, enabling us to detect the possible fault effect at late-times. This method was also used for performance evaluation of an acid treatment job in the wellbore. It was found that after acidizing, the total skin factor was severely reduced from 33 to 1.2, indicating a successful performance of the acidizing job.