“…In general, both areas represent an eye-catching hydrocarbon exploration scenario due to their favorable geological setting with high likelihood to contain active petroleum systems. Figure 2 shows the depth to basement map for the basin; note that the depocenters (blue colors) are within and the proximity of the blocks, which reduces the risk of migration and charge of hydrocarbons in the traps. Tectonics could have played an important role in the process as deep seated faults (black dashed lines in Figure 2) associated to Namaqua fold belt could represent feasible migration pathways for migration of hydrocarbons…”
The Southern Rifted Margin of the Congo Craton (Cryogenian, Late Proterozoic, Nothern Namibia): Outcrop Analogs of Potential Hydrocarbon Systems
Report of 29 pages
Etosha Basin Hydrocarbon Potential Summary Report
Date: May 1993
Integrated Exploration of the Owambo Basin, Onshore Namibia: Hydrocarbon Exploration and Implications for a Modern Frontier Basin*
Thomas E. Hoak1, Alan L. Klawitter2, Charles F. Dommer3, and Pasquale V. Scaturro3
Search and Discovery Article #10609 (2014) Posted July 7, 2014
Article of 44 pages
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