Key words: Igarka zone, Jurassic formations, lithological and stratigraphic traps.
The area under review covers a part of the Turukhan river basin, extended from the Sovetsky Lakes latitude to the Kostrovsky area. Acoording to petroleum zonation, it belongs in the most part to the Eloguy-Turukhansk oil and gas area. The analysis of the seismic-geological features of Jurassic formations and the geological structure comparison for the area under review and the well-explored Krasnoleninsk oil and gas area leads to conclusion that the South Igarka zone has the prerequisites for hydrocarbon accumulation in the Lower Jurassic lithological and stratigraphic traps.
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