Exploring for mammoths

The sedimentary basins offshore West-Greenland cover an area comparable to the entire North Sea. Six dry wells so far can therefore not be sufficient reason for writing off the possibility of finding oil and gas here in the future. Furthermore, geologists can now demonstrate the probable presence of prolific source rocks, good reservoirs and enormous structures.
This article appeared in Vol. 1, No. 1 - 2004


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