Location Geological Province(s

)

Denmark E
Fennoscandian Border; NorwegianDanish

Sweden S
Fennoscandian Border; Baltic Depression

France
Paris; StephanoPermian basins

United Kingdom NW Eng
Cheshire

Netherlands N offshore
Central Graben

Germany NW S E
NE German Polish (ForeSudetic Monocline)

Poland S&W
NE German Polish (ForeSudetic Monocline)

Switzerland N&E
Molasse

Austria
Vienna

S Eng
Weald

S on / offshore
London-Brabant Massif; West Netherlands; Broad Fourteens

NW German Bodensee Trough

Baltic Depression; East European Platform Margin; Lublin Trough; Warsaw Trough

Neogene Paleogene Cretaceous U L Jurassic U M L U M L U L Carboniferous U
Bowland Epen Fm Namurian Visean Kellwasser Kulm Autunian PermoCarb Kim/Oxf Toarcian Lias Rhaetic ? Kimmeridge Cl Posidonia Sh Posidonia Sh Posidonia Opalinuston Posidonia Wealden Mikulov Fm

Triassic

Permian

L U M L U M L U M L U M L

Devonian

Silurian

Graptolitic shale secondary

Ordovician

Alum Sh

Alum Sh

Cambrian

NE German . East European Platform Margin Vienna Lublin Trough Baltic Depression Marathon OMV Total Niche Players 3Legs Resources AJ Lucas BNK Petroleum Cuadrilla Resources Paris (Lorraine Sub-basin) Bodensee Trough Baltic Depression Cheshire. Norwegian-Danish Baltic Depression. Lublin Trough. Weald Baltic Depression Cheshire. Baltic Depression (through partnership in BEB with ExxonMobil) Majors and Independents Chevron ConocoPhillips Devon Fennoscandian Border. Weald London-Brabant Massif. Warsaw Trough Switzerland Austria Spain Royal Dutch Shell Fennoscandian Border.Denmark Super-Majors ExxonMobil Sweden France United Kingdom Netherlands Germany NW German.Polish (Fore-Sudetic Monocline) Poland East European Platform Margin. West Netherlands Baltic Depression Baltic Depression Baltic Depression Norwegian-Danish Baltic Depression Molasse Campo de Gibraltar Pyrenean Foothills EurEnergy Resources RAG San Leon Energy Schuepbach Energy Sorgenia E&P Weald CBG Players with Potential Acreage Composite Energy / BG Nexen / IGas UK acreage Cheshire. North Wales Carboniferous .

100 (avg) 500 .1 .7 .2.3 0.5.000 1. 2.0 525 1.6.Country Austria Denmark Basin Vienna Norwegian-Danish Play Mikulov Fm Age Top Depth Range (ft) 16.23. 20(max) 0.2 (max) probably immature 50 .0 United Kingdom Middle Cambrian Lower Ordovician (Tremadoc) Bowland Namurian Kimmeridge Clay Upper Jurassic Oxford Clay Lias Upper Jurassic Lower Jurassic 4.000 .500 13.4 .5 (typical).12.63 2 .2.000 .4 2.0 (avg) 0.6.2.5(max) 0.1 .13.0 .80 2.000 Gross Thickness Net Thickness SiO2 % Total Organic Range (ft) Range (ft) Carbon % 0.13.9.12 22 (max) 0 .475 (avg) 25 .1 Thermal Maturity % Germany Northwest German Netherlands Central Graben West Netherlands (Anglo-Dutch) Anglo-Dutch Upper Jurassic (Kimmeridgian) Alum Middle Cambrian Lower Ordovician (Tremadoc) Wealden Lower Cretaceous (Berriasian) Posidonia Shale Lower Jurassic (LowerToarcian) Kimmeridge Clay Upper Jurassic Epen Namurian 1.2 .700.6.000 .000 3.000 12.5 (typical).500 10 .4 (avg) 0. 16.6 .6 .16.3 (avg).12 8 (max) 115 (avg) 11.1.5 .1(max) 25 (max) 0.000 100 .500 (max) 7.350.1.6 Poland Baltic Depression Posidonia Shale Lower Jurassic (LowerToarcian) Graptolitic shale Silurian Silurian Visean Sweden Danish-Polish Marginal Silurian Trough Fore-Sudetic Monocline Wielkopolska Kulm Fennoscandian Border Alum Zone Cheshire Weald 1. 550 (avg) 10.2. 3.3 1.3.1.000 .300 4.800 25 .300.10.4.000 320 (max) siliceous 30.2.5 .2 . 6.9 (typical).500 500 . 9. 1.