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Synrift to early postrift Upper Jurassic submarine fan sequences form the reservoirs of numerous large oil and gas condensate fields in the South Viking Graben. The largest of these fields are in the Brae area, on the western side of the graben. Here, proximal conglomerate and sandstone facies of the Brae Formation host the South Brae, Central Brae, and North Brae fields, each within its own discrete submarine fan unit. More distal, basin-floor sandstone facies derived from the later episodes of South Brae and North Brae fan activity host the Miller, Kingfisher, and East Brae fields. Interfan areas comprise...

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