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The South Viking Graben (SVG) hosts many large oil and gas condensate reservoirs, some within Middle Jurassic and Cenozoic rocks, but most within thick submarine fan sandstone and conglomerate sequences of the Upper Jurassic Brae Formation and their correlative equivalents, collectively termed here the Brae Play. Regional studies carried out over the last few years (based on the extensive well database and a variety of 3-D seismic data) and the recent acquisition of extensive, high-quality, broadband 3-D seismic data across the SVG have led to better definition of the half-graben geometry and the extents of the Upper Jurassic submarine...

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