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Gulf of Mexico

Survey area

700km²/270 sq. miles

Structural regime


Rock Type

Predominantly clastic, Evaporites



Hydrocarbon type


In the Gulf of Mexico, the main deepwater depositional environment consists of turbidite channels.

Given the meandering and compartmentalised nature of this type of deepwater reservoir, a comprehensive understanding of their architecture plays a key role in efficient development of the field.
Imaging turbidite channels in sub-salt locations is particularly challenging, especially when working with vintage seismic data. Click here to read the case study in full. 

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Deepwater GoM
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