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Abstract

Shallow gas is commonly found on the Norwegian Continental Shelf and is a potential geohazard for drilling operations. Examples of shallow gas in Upper Pliocene sediments, in the Central North Sea is presented, and a model for how buried ice scours can act as a trapping mechanism for shallow gas is proposed. The examples are from conventional 3D seismic data.

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2013-06-10
2019-12-15
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