U. S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Late Jurassic, Early Cretaceous-Mesozoic
Michele G. Bishop1
Open-File Report 99-50-I
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UNDISCOVERED PETROLEUM BY ASSESSMENT UNIT
Figure 2. Generalized
structural elements and bathymetry, political divisions, cross sections
(Figure 4a,b) and selected wells
in province 3913 are shown.
Generalized stratigraphy of the Browse Basin area showing discoveries,
fields, and major tectonic events.
Figure 4. West
to East cross sections simplified from seismic showing Browse basin (a)
and Vulcan sub-basin (b).
Figure 5. Total
Petroleum System events chart showing relative timing of source rock, reservoir
rock, seal rock, trap formation, and hydrocarbon maturation.
Figure 6. Generalized
burial history curves of four sub-basins in the Browse Basin province (see
1Consultant, Wyoming PG-783, contracted to U. S.Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado. [Return to Previous Page]
U. S. Geological Survey Open File Report 99-50I