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Geodynamic Evolution of Oil and Gas Basins in the European Part of the Eurasian Arctic Shelf

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Eighty percent of the world's oil/gas reserves are associated with the lithospheric plate subduction zones. Extensive exploration for oil and gas is being conducted in the Arctic. Four oil-generating time intervals were identified within the Arctic Shelf. Oil and gas potential estimates of the western Russian Arctic directly depend on its geodynamic evolution. This article reviews the region's multi-stage evolution and substantiates space-time patterns in the interaction of the geodynamic processes causing the generation of depositional environments in sedimentary complexes of shelf marine basins.
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Keywords: forecast of petroliferous areas; geodynamic evolution; hydrates; hydrocarbon accumulations

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Geological Institute, Kola Science Center Russian Academy of Sciences, Apatity,Murmansk Region, Russia 2: University of Southern California, Los Angeles,California, USA 3: Rudolf W. Gunnerman Energy and Environmental Laboratory, Viterbi School of Engineering,University of Southern California, Los Angeles,California, USA

Publication date: November 1, 2012

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