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The great geological success in OGX's oil prospecting at the Albian-Cenomanian carbonate shelf on the southern Campos basin involves at least three different geologic components: (1) the appropriate geographic position of the traps within a low geopressure zone, away from the high pressure oil kitchen (external rift) and beyond the most prolific oil carrier bed of the Campos basin–the Cabo Frio fault system (Papa Terra, Maromba, Polvo and Peregrino oil fields and all of the discoveries made by OGX); (2) the Late Cretaceous and mainly early Tertiary magmatic events that contributed to the generation of an intensive and extensive...

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