EXPLORERS STILL HOPE TO IMPROVE ON 3-D SEISMIC'S WEALTH OF DATA

Elwood O. Nestvold P.H.H. Nelson Shell Internationale Petroleum Mij. By The Hague The occurrence of hydrocarbons is widespread, and reserves of oil have been discovered in some 90 countries. However, these reserves are unevenly distributed; just four Middle Eastern countries contain more than half the world's proved oil reserves. The fact remains that in spite of an intensive worldwide exploration effort, no major new petroleum provinces, such as the North Sea or Alaska, have been found in

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