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P131 Outcrop Analogues for Reservoir–Scale Conical Intrusion M. Vigorito* (Aberdeen University) A. Hurst (Aberdeen University) & A. Hurst (Aberdeen University) SUMMARY Sand intrusions represent an unconventional class of hydrocarbon traps and an emerging play in some major petroleum provinces (e.g. North Sea West Africa). The most common seismic expression of sand remobilization processes and intrusion are conical-shaped amplitude anomalies commonly defined as conical injections. The latter may occur either as isolated units or clusters of conical features and have a bowl- or cup-like 3D geometry with a circular to horse-shoe shaped horizontal section (500-1500 m in diameter) and a V-like

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2007-06-11
2020-09-25
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