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The structural evolution of the T-Block (U.K. 16/17) Brae Formation fields in the southern part of the South Viking Graben reflects a history of Late Jurassic rifting and Early Cretaceous inversion. Triassic rifting follows an inherited Caledonian trend, with Permian and Triassic depocenters to the northwest and southeast of a ridge trending north–northeast through the South Viking Graben from the area of the Thelma field. In the northern part of the area, in Trees Block (U.K. 16/12), halokinesis has created accommodation space for Middle Jurassic deposition. Further south, in T-Block, Middle Jurassic deposition does not appear to have been...

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