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The Huntington discoveries are an unusual exploration success in that two oil accumulations were tested in separate syn- and post-rift reservoirs with a single well. The discoveries are located 205 km east of Aberdeen in the East Central Graben some 35 km east of Forties Field in 300 ft of water. The 22/14-5 discovery well, drilled in May 2007, encountered a 122 ft oil column in the Paleocene Forties Sandstone and also a 136 ft oil column in the Upper Jurassic Fulmar Sandstone. Both the Forties and the Fulmar contain high-quality oil, 41 and 39° api gravity, respectively. Aggregate...

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