The Huincul High is a key feature in the Neuquen Basin, Argentina; not only for housing the first<br>hydrocarbon discovery in the basin but also because it’s EUR exceeds 850 Mboe. Since the<br>early 20th century the area has been the subject of numerous studies, and of course, of far more<br>numerous interpretations. During the 80´s it was interpreted as an area of strike slip deformation; in<br>the 90´s and recent years, after the acquisition of several hundreds of square kilometers of 3D<br>seismic, a model dominated by tectonic inversion of Triassic half grabens was adopted by may<br>authors to account for the formation of the bigger structures.


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