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The Chiswick Field is a Carboniferous gas field located in UK Blocks 49/4a and 49/4b in the Southern North Sea, approximately 18 km NW of the Markham Field, close to the UK–Netherlands median line. The Kew Field is situated approximately 3 km NE of the Chiswick Field. The Kew structure is a NW–SE-trending horst separated from the Chiswick Field, a large anticlinal domal structure, by a major NW–SE fault and a structural low. The productive reservoir units are Carboniferous (Westphalian A and B) fluvial sandstones.

Both fields are situated on the eastern edge of the Silverpit Basin (part of...

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