GALICIA'S ATLANTIC COAST BASIN -A NEW OIL PROVINCE?

Marcello Rebora Taurus Petroleum AB London Martin L. Keeley Consulting petroleum geophysicist London The Galicia basin in the Atlantic Ocean off northwestern Iberia (Spain and Portugal) is a passive margin basin covering about 1.5 million acres (Fig. 1). It has a similar history and geometry to other passive margins further south (Morocco) and north (Porcupine, Rockall), while lying opposite the Jeanne d'Arc basin with Hibernia oil field in pre-drift reconstructions. Galicia basin

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