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Hydrodynamics-based approaches were used to characterise and analyse the present-day pressure and fluid-flow conditions in the Permian Rotliegend reservoirs in the Netherlands. These approaches involve the use of multi-well pressure– depth plots, regional all fluid overpressure maps, salinity maps, and hydraulic-head maps. The maps and plots revealed a general regional trend of, often stepwise, decreasing fluid overpressures from northeast towards the south. Values of fluid overpressure vary between hard geopressures (Pexcess > 40 MPa in block L2) and near-hydrostatic pressures (Pexcess < 1 MPa in southern offshore). The highest overpressures occur in a zone following the northern...

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