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The Camisea multi-trillion cubic feet (tcf) gas and condensate fields are located at the southern edge of the Ucayali Basin of southeastern Peru. The Ordovician to Neogene sedimentary succession was deformed by late Miocene to Present Day contraction related to the Peruvian flat-slab subduction regime. This produced thin-skinned, north-northeast-vergent thrust-fault-related folds that form the traps of the Camisea fields. The architecture of the frontal thin-skinned thrust system is characterized by a faulted detachment fold system at Cashiriari and a gently dipping north-northeast-vergent thrust ramp system and associated kink-band hanging-wall anticlines and back-thrusts at San Martin. At San Martin, these...

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