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Numerous field and subsurface studies have shown the sensitivity of gravity-flow deposits to seafloor topography. Understanding the driving mechanisms of paleo-seafloor evolution will provide insights to the depositional architecture of such successions. The Gudrun field of Block 15/3 in the Norwegian Vilje subbasin in the South Viking Graben (SVG) exploits such sandstone reservoirs in the Upper Jurassic Draupne Formation. Spatial definition of the reservoir is hampered by low or even absent impedance contrast. However, detailed reservoir characterization based on sedimentological, petrophysical, petrological, and outcrop analog data in conjunction with dipmeter data, helped to optimize the development and production of...

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