Skip to Main Content
Skip Nav Destination

The south sub-Andean zone of Bolivia is characterized by east-verging thrusts, detaching within Silurian and Devonian series, and associated to a series of north–south to north-northeast–south-southwest regional anticlines and synclines holding large gas accumulations. This chapter is a case history of the multi-TCF (trillion cubic feet) Incahuasi discovery and how an integrated, multidisciplinary approach allows a progressive improvement in the understanding of the trap geometry, reducing the uncertainty during exploration and field appraisal.

While-drilling structural interpretation and biostratigraphic analyses suggested that the discovery well, prognosed mainly by surface geology and targeting the top of the Huamampampa Formation as a...

You do not have access to this content, please speak to your institutional administrator if you feel you should have access.
Close Modal

or Create an Account

Close Modal
Close Modal