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Abstract

The South Caspian basin is an underexplored basin in its Iranian segment. The relative scarcity of offshore<br>exploration wells is largely due to the overall water depth conditions in this part of the basin. The Iranian sector<br>of the Caspian Sea has the deepest water, at approximately 1,025 m (Fig. 1). Systematic petroleum exploration<br>activities have been started only in the past 50 years in the Iranian side. In contrast, some of the other Caspian<br>countries, such as Azerbaidjan, explore and produce in their part of the Caspian Basin for more than 150 years.

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2011-05-23
2020-04-09
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