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This study presents an integrated seismic, well and core-based analysis of the Maureen Formation in the Central Graben of the North Sea. Facies analysis reveals that it is possible to divide the Maureen sandstones into amalgamated, sand- and mud-prone divisions, but that the related chalk facies are complex and imply a range of depositional processes including pelagic fallout, debris flows and turbidity currents. These chalk deposits have an impact on the interpretation of amplitude-based seismic attribute volumes. Detailed petrophysical mapping, supported by seismic analysis, reveals that the Maureen sandstones were deposited in distinct western and eastern fairways controlled by...

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