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The Central Graben area was filled with a thick pile of sediments during the Middle Miocene - Quaternary, corresponding to a period of 15 Ma. As hydrocarbon expulsion from the most prolific source rock, the Upper Jurassic Bo Member, was initiated only 20 Ma BP and still occurs today, the Middle Miocene - Quaternary evolution is important. In the Middle Miocene, the Central Graben area was covered by a sea with water depth of 500–700 m. During the Late Miocene (Tortonian), the basin was successively filled by prograding slope and deltaic sediments from the northeast. The progradational infill resulted...

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