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A unique perspective of sand-rich, basin-floor fan deposition was gained through an integrated study of the Paleogene deepwater reservoirs in the UK Central North Sea. The data set included contiguous 3D seismic (8400 km2), 2D seismic (11,100 km), well logs (350 wells), high-resolution palynology (180 wells), and core (30 wells). The study provided new insight into downfan changes in reservoir facies and architecture and a framework to understand fan evolution through both low-and high-frequency depositional cycles.

The Paleogene in this part of the basin is subdivided into four low-frequency (1-3 MY) composite sequences. Major basin floor fan...

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