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B011 Indications for Pressure Release from Zechstein Rafts during Late Kimmerian - Implications for Reducing Drilling Risks J.H. Ligtenberg* (NAM B.V. - Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij) SUMMARY Newly acquired 3D seismic data has revealed details that provide additional information to better understand the Late Kimmerian tectonic phase. Within the study area fluid migration pathways were observed at specific locations. Their occurence location and extend suggest a direct relation with this major tectonic event. In addition a direct correlation appears to exist with Zechstein rafts and deep-seated (reactivated) faults and fault intersections. These fluid migration paths are interpreted to indicate pressure release

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2007-06-11
2020-08-06
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