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Abstract

Summary

This study aims to improve our understanding of the predominance of accumulated gas and to identify why there is an absence of oil and where it may be preserved. To do so, all available data were integrated into a consistent geological model that was transferred into a dynamic three-dimensional petroleum systems model. Interest is focused on the Mozambique Channel basin where newly acquired, processed, and interpreted 3D seismic data have become available.

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2017-11-07
2020-09-26
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