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Abstract

The Gjallac Ridge is an area of complex geology situated in the west of the Vøring Basin, Norwegian Sea. Regional structural work in the area suggests multiple phases of rifting. Extensive magmatic activity look place in the Vøring Basin related to the Early Cenozoic rifting. Seismic data indicate the existance of considerable amount of sills in the area. This paper reports quantification of the effect of magmatic intrusions on the palaeo temperature regime and on the hydrocarbon maturation.

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1998-06-08
2021-06-15
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