Miocene ridge potential, L97-30-71. Rollovers forming a series of parallel ridges within the Miocene plus associated amplitude anomalies. Miocene ridge potential, L97-30-69.
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Rollovers forming a series of parallel ridges within the Miocene plus associated amplitude anomalies
Flatspot within a rollover plus some updip potential within a thrusted fault block within the Miocene also associated amplitude anomalies
Updip high amplitude potential & flatspot within Miocene rollover
Possible existence of 3 Miocene ridges each showing amplitude anomalies and updip potential
Miocene ridge, running sub parallel to the onshore fields. Prospectivity is within the Red Series however believe greater potential in the Miocene.
From the examples shown it is clear there is justification for extending the transition data into the onshore. This would accurately define the existence of a possible parallel ridge, even maybe up to 3 ridges. These ridge(s) appear fault controlled from deep seated thrustal complexes confined to the southeast of the survey. While it is appreciated that the Red Series is the major producing reservoir in the offshore region. It cannot be ignored that the Miocene could be a major producer in the nearshore area as it ‘shallows up’ towards the onshore fields.
In addition there is also potential for an inward extension of the delta complex in the north and an eastern extension of the Erdekli structure.
Eastern Transition zone survey linking the onshore data with offshore grid. Why ?