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The Huntington Oil Field is located in Block 22/14b in the Central Graben of the UK Continental Shelf. The reservoir is the Forties Sandstone Member of the Sele Formation, and oil production is from four production wells supported by two water-injection wells, tied back to the Sevan Voyageur FPSO (floating production storage and offloading unit). Initial estimates of oil-in-place were c. 70 MMbbl and the recovery factor at the end of 2017 after 4.5 years of production was 28%, which reflects the weak aquifer and poor pressure support from water injection. The Huntington reservoir is part of a lobate...

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