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SEISMIC IMAGING AND PETROLEUM IMPLICATIONS OF IGNEOUS INTRUSIONS IN SEDIMENTARY BASINS CONSTRAINED BY OUTCROP ANALOGUES AND SEISMIC DATA FROM THE NEUQUÉN BASIN AND THE NE ATLANTIC

@inproceedings{Planke2018SEISMICIA,
  title={SEISMIC IMAGING AND PETROLEUM IMPLICATIONS OF IGNEOUS INTRUSIONS IN SEDIMENTARY BASINS CONSTRAINED BY OUTCROP ANALOGUES AND SEISMIC DATA FROM THE NEUQUÉN BASIN AND THE NE ATLANTIC},
  author={Sverre Planke and Ole Rabbel and Olivier Galland and John M. Millett and Ben M. Manton and Dougal A. Jerram and Octavio Palma and Juan Bautista Spacapan},
  year={2018}
}
Igneous sheet intrusions are commonly present in prospective sedimentary basins worldwide and may have a wide impact on all aspects of a working petroleum system including maturation, migration, and trapping of hydrocarbons. We have interpreted a major sill complex of 80,000 km2 in the Vøring and Møre basins offshore mid-Norway based on seismic characteristics such as high amplitude reflections and saucer-shaped geometries. The sills are commonly associated with pipelike hydrothermal vent… 
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