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Abstract

Tectonically the Central Barents Sea is situated between sag basins in the east and a rift dominated terrain in the west. By merging geological data on both sides of the Russian-Norwegian borderline, a model for a working reservoir, hydrocarbon source rocks system and traps are indicated. Palaeogeographic and tectonostratigraphic considerations show that the distribution of reservoirs and hydrocarbon source rocks from the Late Palaeozoic to the Late Tertiary can be related to four main tectonic phases.

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2012-06-04
2020-04-02
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