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The basin that lacked a final push

A new study from Aberdeen University shows that most ingredients for a working petroleum system exist West of Scotland, but the kitchen just needed a bit more subsidence.

As part of a PhD project carried out at Aberdeen University, Laura-Jane Fyfe recently published a paper in Petroleum Geoscience where she and her co-authors assess the prospectivity of the Sea of Hebrides and Minch rift basins situated along the northwest coast of Scotland. The basins are not very well-known, but did attract interest from […]

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