CHAP. 1. Executive Summary (14 pp, 14 figs.)
CHAP. 2. Technical Highlights (37 pp, 1 fig.)
CHAP. 3. Palinspastic Reconstructions Of Colombia (31 pp, 12 figs.)
CHAP. 4. Mesozoic And Cenozoic Paleogeographic Evolution (67 pp, 24 figs.)
CHAP. 5. Neo-Andean Tectonics Of Colombia: 12 Ma To The Present Day (39 pp, 47 figs.)
CHAP. 6. Petroleum Geochemistry and Constraints on Exploration (159 pp, 105 figs.)
CHAP. 7. Synthesis: Exploration characteristics of the Colombian Basins (28 pp, 14 figs.)
APP. 1. Plate Kinematics Of Plates Affecting The Evolution Of Colombia
APP. 2. Synopsis Of The Evolution Of The Caribbean Region
APP. 3. Notes On Representative Seismic Lines (attending Portfolio 3)
APP. 4. Tectonostratigraphic Databases (>5,000 points) And How To Use Them
PORT. 1: Geological and Paleogeographical Plates to accompany text
(4 general plates, 11 palinspastic restoration maps, 21 paleogeographic maps, 2 regional sequence stratigraphic cross-sections, 1 restored cross-section, 13 subcrop/isopach/structure maps, 37 core logs, 7 hydrocarbons related maps, 20 maps of data in present day coordinates)
PORT. 2: Uninterpreted Seismic (169 lines, ~5,500 km; SEG-Y format and paper prints).
Amazonas Basin, 3 lines
Caribbean Offshore, 4 lines
Catatumbo Basin, 15 lines
Cauca-Patia Basin, 8 lines
Cesar-Rancheria Basin, 9 lines
Eastern Cordillera, 20 lines
Guajira Region, 7 lines
Llanos Basin, 9 lines
Lower Magdalena Basin, 46 lines
Middle Magdalena Basin, 16 composite lines
Putumayo Basin, 33 lines
Pacifico Basin, 4 lines
Southeast Colombia, 6 lines
PORT. 3: Representative Interpreted Seismic Lines from Portfolio 2 (76 lines)
PORT. 4: Scanned seismic lines (TIFF format).
Amazonas Basin, 5 lines
Caribbean Offshore, 25 lines
Catatumbo Basin, 2 lines
Cauca-Patia Basin, 1 line
Cesar-Rancheria Basin, 16 lines
Eastern Cordillera, 11 lines
Guajira Region, 8 lines
Llanos Basin, 60 lines
Lower Magdalena Basin, 54 lines
Upper Magdalena Basin, 58 lines
Putumayo Basin, 33 lines
Pacifico Basin, 32 lines
Southeast Colombia, 9 lines
Supplementary data with the Report:
1A. WELLS LOGS: 31 digital well logs covering all basins on CD-ROM, listed below:
Alejandria-1, Apiay-4P, Arauquita-1, Candelaria-1, Cencella-1, Chitasuga-1, Dina K-12, Dina-12, El Molino-1X, El Sapo-1, Gigante-1, Infantas-1612, La Libertad Norte-1, La Maria-1, Ligia-1, Majagua-1, Opon-2, Payara-1, Puerto Barco-1, Puinaves-1, Rancho Hermoso-2P, Rio de Oro-14K, Rio Ele-1, Rio Maracas-1, Rio Zulia-1, San Juan-1, Santos-3, Tinka-1, Topaz-1, Uribante-1, Vaupes-1
1B. FORMATION TOPS: In addition, a compilation of formation tops from 151 wells across the Colombian basins has been created in an Excel® database.
2. PALEOGEOGRAPHIC DATABASES: Two paleogeographic databases (Appendix 4) have been compiled which serve as partial control for paleogeographic maps and other endeavours. Together, the databases hold over 5,000 lines of data, each with 15 parameters of interest to explorationists.
3. SPREADSHEETS OF GEOCHEMICAL DATA: Significant files of geochemical data from Ecopetrol's holdings have been compiled from which cross-plots and various other analyses have been made (Chapter 6). These files are provided in digital format so that the user can create additional cross-plots or check aspects of specific interest.
4. SEDIMENTOLOGICAL CORE SUMMARIES: We (Roger Higgs and Diego Urrutia) conducted 5 weeks of core observations at the ICP Bucaramanga core labs. 37 cores from 14 wells were studied in detail. Results are graphically presented in colour including core- and thin section photographs. Interpretations of depositional environment and diagenetic history are assessed for the formations represented by the cores. Click here for an example
5. VARIOUS ISOPACH AND STRUCTURE MAPS: A variety of isopach and structure maps of key formations in the basins have been created to assist in the interpretation of tectonic and depositional history.
SEISMIC AUGMENTATION PACKAGE; PORTFOLIO 4: At extra cost, an additional ~290 seismic lines from all basins is provided as scanned files in TIFF format, with representative interpretation. Total line length is approximately 10,000 km. These lines have been carefully selected from the basins to be of significant use in the continued exploration.