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Abstract

The intra-Carpathian region can be divided into several subbasins separated by pre-Tertiary basement highs and infilled by great mass of Neogene source rocks, of which total thickness amount to 7 km in deepest subbasins, over a strongly attenuated crust. The region experienced significant strike slip tectonics. According to estimations this well-studied geological setting contains lots of small oil or natural gas entrapments.

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1995-05-29
2020-10-31
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