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Structural framework and seismic geomorphology of the Cretaceous beneath the Mad Dog Area, deep to ultradeep waters Gulf of Mexico
Recent drilling of deep stratigraphy in subsalt offshore Gulf of Mexico has revealed the presence of thick, amalgamated, Cretaceous siliciclastic reservoirs with the potential to become valid exploration targets. Similar ...
Paleogeographic evolution during the Eocene Upper Wilcox in the Houston embayment with consideration of the Yoakum Canyon fill
The Eocene Upper Wilcox clastic wedge represents the second major pulse of terrigenous material into the Gulf of Mexico basin. Recent interest in the Wilcox has been reinvigorated by the drilling of the Baha prospect in ...
Regional structure, stratigraphy, and hydrocarbon potential of the Mexican sector of the Gulf of Mexico
I have compiled digital seismic and well data over a region of approximately 700,000 km² to better improve the correlation of the Mexican sector of the Gulf of Mexico (MGOM) with the better studied and more explored U.S. ...
Characterization of the High Island 24L Field for modeling and estimating CO₂ storage capacity in the offshore Texas state waters, Gulf of Mexico
Carbon, Capture, and Storage (CCS) is considered an essential technology that can contribute to reaching the IPCC’s target to limit global average temperature rise to no more than 2.0°C. The fundamental purpose of CCS is ...