Subsurface temperature as a passkey for exploration of mature basins: Hot anticlines—a key to discovery?

Temperature anomalies associated with oil-producing structures in the US Midcontinent and similar cratonic areas probably can be used reliably as a passkey for petroleum exploration in mature areas, and thus the concept of hot anticlines could be a key to discovery.

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