Forty-three digital elevation models (DEMs) of the Managesh oil field, Kuwait desert study area, are derived from 28 advanced synthetic aperture radar (ASAR) images using radar interferometry (InSAR) technique. Weighted-average technique is used to reduce the noise in the integrated DEM. The final DEM is compared with DEM of Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and found to have a general agreement. The standard deviation (STD) of individual DEMs with reference to DEM of SRTM is in the range 10 to 40 m. The results indicate that the 90 m spatial resolution DEM of SRTM is noisier over the Managesh oil field as it shows drastic changes in elevations of neighboring pixels which is not expected for a plain desert like the Managesh oil field. Using mean filter, the noise level is estimated as one meter. The reasons for high noise in the DEM of SRTM may be due to uneven distribution of soil moisture leading to uneven penetration of microwaves. The results are in confirmation with the earlier investigators as explained in the text.