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Petroleum Systems of the Tethyan Region

Edited by Lisa Marlow, Christopher C. G. Kendall, and Lyndon A. Yose


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This volume is intended to generate ideas for the future exploration of immature and mature basins across the Tethyan Region.

From the Paleozoic to the Cenozoic, the Arabian Plate, North Africa and parts of Southern Eurasia, were on the margin of a series of Tethys seaways, Proto-Tethys, Paleo-Tethys, and Neo-Tethys. These areas evolved together and as a result they have numerous similarities in their tectono-stratigraphic history and petroleum systems.

These similarities could be used to extrapolate proven petroleum systems to underexplored areas and lead to hydrocarbon discoveries. The back cover illustrates the countries that evolved along the Tethyan Region in their present day location. Countries covered in this volume are outlined.

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Table of Contents

AAPG Memoir 106

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Product Code:1139
Publisher:AAPG
Release Date:
ISBN:9780891813866
Media:Hardcover
Pages:780

 

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