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The Luva Discovery well, 6707/10-1, targeted the Santonian to Campanian Nise Formation on the Nyk High structure in the Vøring Basin, offshore Norway. It encountered a 156-m gas column in a section 1200 m thick, dominated by sheet sandstones of excellent quality deposited in a basinfloor complex. This section comprises stacked sand systems, each as much as 200 m thick, that have been mapped across the Vøring Basin. They are separated by hemipelagic “fines blankets” deposited during periods of shutdown in sand supply. Vertical transmissibility in the sheet sandstones and hence potential reservoir performance are controlled by the extent...

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