Editor's note: The material in this paper was prepared and presented (OTC Paper 15157) at the 2003 Offshore Technology Conference, 5–8 May in Houston, Texas, U.S., and is published with permission. Acknowledgment is gratefully made to the OTC for granting permission for publication of this work.

Many of today's active hydrocarbon provinces are in areas with mobile substrate (either salt or mud). Interpreting the style and activity of the substrate, and its impact on the seafloor and near-surface environment, is central to understanding the geohazards of such field areas.

Both the Mad Dog and Atlantis prospects are located where the...

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