Report summaryThe Sava Depression lies along the southwest margin of the Pannonian Basin. The region was the earliest explored in Croatia; the Gojlo oil and gas field was brought onstream in 1941. In the central part of the depression the Neogene-Quaternary sediments reach depths of up to 5,000 metres, which, along with the Drava Depression where depths can reach 7,000 metres, are some of the deepest in the country. The most important fields in the Sava Depression, Ivanic Grad, Struzec, Zutica and Okoli, ...
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