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The Ockley discovery is a gas condensate accumulation contained within tight chalks of the Hod Formation. The observed faults and fractures are a combination of features radial to the main periclinal structure and parallel to the local structural grain 100° from north. Most natural fractures appear to be healed or cemented. The pore pressure gradient at Ockley is c. 0.199 bar/m. The in situ stresses are estimated to all be within c. 46 bar of each other, indicating a near-isotropic in situ stress system. Therefore the orientation of SHmax is hard to define and drilling optimally oriented wells...

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