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Assiduous readers may have noticed that the statistical treatment of tectonic heterogeneities in reservoir simulation is not as rigorous as that of their sedimentary counterparts. Indeed, it is common operational practice to carry only one structural model forward to dynamic reservoir simulation. This means that although the uncertainties attached to variations in sedimentary parameters are commonly addressed, those that are caused by structural heterogeneities are neglected, oversimplified, or underrepresented. The main reasons for this are (1) a lack of appreciation of how structural parameter uncertainties may impact predicted reservoir performance; (2) the need for an efficient methodology; and (3)...

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