Report summaryThe Polish Lowlands cover an area of approximately 235,000 square kilometres, or 75% of onshore Poland. The Lowlands was the last major, conventional, onshore region to be explored in Poland, but has proved to be the country's most prolific. The Lowlands contain a series of basins which are notable for the wide extent of the lower Permian Rotliegendes sandstones and Hauptdolomite carbonates.Exploration in the Polish Lowlands began after 1945, and the first oil discovery was the 1.2 ...
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