Report summaryIceland is a geologically unique island located directly over the Mid-Atlantic Rift that separates the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. While known better for its volcanoes and geothermal activity than its petroleum potential, there are parts of Iceland's continental shelf that contain sedimentary rocks with potential for hydrocarbon generation and accumulation.Two areas have been identified as prospective for hydrocarbon exploration. The Dreki area is located approximately ...
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