Creaming curve fingerprinting Part 2: Temporal and spatial workflows

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Creaming curve fingerprinting is a technique to understand more about the exploration history of a basin or play than can be learned from standard creaming curve analysis. This insight is the second part of a trilogy on the topic. Here we build on the technique introduced in part 1 to include temporal and spatial aspects. Part 3 then discusses some general observations and conclusions. Creaming curves, despite their inherent temporal nature, are often analysed only as static snapshots in time. Additional insights can be revealed by time-lapse analysis of multiple time slices.

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This report includes 9 images and tables including:

  • Table 1A: 2000
  • Table 1B: 2005
  • Table 1C: 2010
  • Table 1D: 2020
  • Table 2A: 1980
  • Table 2B: 2000
  • Table 2C: 2010
  • Table 2D: 2020

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    Creaming Curve Fingerprinting Part 2.pdf

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    Appendix Methodology Explainer.pdf

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