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Integrated Biostratigraphic and Chemostratigraphic Study of the Southern Flemish Pass Basin

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Key points

  • An Future Geoscience project, integrating biostratigraphy and chemical stratigraphy to establish a correletable framework through both fossiliferous and barren sections. A new provenance model to assist with play fairway mapping
  • A frontier area that has attracted major investment in exploration licences
  • New biostratigraphic analysis focusing on previously under-uilised nannopalaeontology, new chemical stratigraphic datasets using ICP analyses and new provenance analyses using detrital zircon U-Pb dating and Raman heavy mineral analysis, with QEMSCAN analysis to provide insights on textural sediment composition

Overview of the Southern Flemish Pass Non-Exclusive Study

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This innovative study is one of our Joint Ventures with Future Geoscience. This study builds upon previous Biostratigraphy and Chemostratigraphy/Provenance studies by PetroStrat and Chemostrat, respectively, by fully integrating all data, adding more wells and sample data, and upgrading interpretations based on new and recently released data. Licensees of earlier overlapping studies will receive a proportional discount in recognition of data already licensed.


This   study   builds   on   the   substantial   eastern   Canada experience  base  of  Future  Geoscience  JV  partners Chemostrat and PetroStrat, industry leaders in chemostratigraphy  and  biostratigraphy,  respectively.  Data are comparable with recent non-exclusive studies by Future Geoscience (Carson Basin), PetroStrat (Orphan Basin and greater   Flemish   Pass)   and   Chemostrat   (several   eastern Canada studies also covering the Jeanne d’Arc Basin).

Learn more about this innovative study

For more information, visit Future Geoscience.

Interested in learning more about this study?

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We hope this page has given you a good overview of our study. If you have any further questions, or if you would like to discuss how this study could be tailored to your specific needs, please do not hesitate to contact us.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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