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The abandoned Juliet gas field is a small, highly compartmentalized, accumulation situated south and east of the Amethyst Gas Field. It was discovered in 2008 by well 47/14b-10 and flowed first gas on 5 January 2014. The field consists of at least two culminations within a very low-relief east–west-orientated fault-bounded anticline. The reservoir comprises aeolian sandstones of the Permian, Rotliegend Group, Leman Sandstone Formation. Reservoir quality varies from good to moderate, with a high production rate achieved from horizontal wells.

Seismic time-to-depth conversion is affected by Quaternary seabed channels, chalk burial history and a rapid thickening in the Basalanhydrit...

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