PRE-NEOGENE RESERVOIRS, PLIOCENE STRAT TRAPS LIKELY TARGETS IN HUNGARY

Matthew R. Silverman, Eric W. Barton Gustavson Associates Inc. Boulder, Colo. Hungary stretches from the Soviet Union in the east to Austria in the west (Fig. 1). This range of neighbors reflects not just geography but the significance of Western European culture and trade, and Hungary's remarkable recent efforts to reform its politics and economy along increasingly Western lines. These reforms include broad changes in petroleum exploration and production.

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