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The island of Singapore is floored by a granite, gabbro and metamorphic stable block at the southern end of the Malay Peninsula.
The igneous rocks were probably emplaced during rifting within the Laurasia continent prior to the breakup of Pangaea in the Late Triassic.
The island has only limited sedimentary cover and Globalshift considers Singapore to have no oil and gas potential.
The small granite island of Singapore has no history of drilling and production.
No exploration wells have ever been drilled on the islands or in their surrounding waters and Globalshift does not forecast any future production of oil or gas from the country.
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