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Eastern Venezuelan basin (EVB) is located in the northern South America, in the easternmost part of Venezuela, and it has been filling from the southwest by the Orinoco River since late Miocene – early Pliocene (?), forming the 12-km- thick Orinoco Delta in the Atlantic Ocean. To improve our understanding of the paleogeography and hydrocarbon potential of the eastern Venezuelan basin and the adjacent, thickly-buried segment of the South American passive margin, we use 620 km2 of 3D seismic, 650 km of 2D seismic, and five wells with well logs from the Punta Pescador area of northeastern Venezuela near...

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