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The Miller field is situated at a depth of 4 km in the South Viking graben, some 270 km northeast of Aberdeen. The field was discovered in 1983 in previously relinquished U.K. license blocks 16/7b and 16/8b. The discovery can be attributed to a detailed understanding of the regional sedimentological and seismic velocity models, which predicted the presence of submarine fan sediments within a structural nose some 10 km from the graben margin sediment source.

The Miller field reservoir comprises up to 100 m of oil-bearing Upper Jurassic, Brae Formation turbidites. Core, electric log, and well test analyses show...

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