MANY PLAY CONCEPTS SEEN OVER WIDE AREA IN ERRIS, SLYNE TROUGHS OFF IRELAND

Noel J. Murphy, Peter F. Croker Department of Energy Dublin The Erris and Slyne troughs are underexplored Mesozoic sedimentary basins off Ireland's northwest coast (Fig. 1). The Irish Minister for Energy announced on Apr. 19, 1991, a frontier acreage licensing round of 128 blocks covering 29,000 sq km in these basins and the adjacent Rockall trough (OGJ, Apr. 29, 1991, p. 77). Closing date for the round is June 30, 1993, set to allow two seasons for the acquisition of new geophysical and

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