Título: Surveys Suggest Strong Hydrocarbon Potential At Caribbean/Atlantic Overlap
Autor: Mascle, A.; Vially, R.
Fuente: Offshore Int. 57 (1): 38,40, Jan 1997 (Issn 00300608; Color; 5 Refs)
Descriptores: Caribbean Area; Continental Margin; French Guiana; Hydrocarbon Potential; Lesser Antilles; Northwest Atlantic Ocean Barbados Ridge; Forearc Basin; Guiana Basin; Structural Geology; Subduction; Tobago Trough
Tipo de documento: Articulo
Resumen: Some segments of Atlantic continental margins have yet to receive significant attention from oil companies. Two of them, partly under French jurisdiction, represent quite different geological settings. The first (West Indies) is an active convergent margin, while the second (Guiana) is a composite passive margin. Neither is part of a significant oil and gas province, but both are located only a few hundred kilometers from a major hydrocarbon producing area, Trinidad and E. Venezuela.
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