Abstract

Thirty-five fields and discoveries from the northern Green Canyon, Ewing Bank, and southern Ship Shoal and South Timbalier protraction areas (offshore Louisiana) are characterized by a series of seismic profiles, wireline logs, and summaries of their production characteristics. All fields or discoveries consist of combined structural/stratigraphic traps. Reservoirs occur in various elements of turbidite systems--primarily in sheet sands, channel fill, and thin beds. Best production rates occur in sheet sand facies. Development facilities vary from fixed platforms to subsea tiebacks to existing fields.

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