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The Pierce Field lies 250 km east of Aberdeen, in the UK sector of the East Central Graben. The field comprises twin salt diapirs, forming the trap for oil and free gas in the Paleocene–Eocene Forties Sandstone Member reservoir. The diapirs exerted a strong influence over the sedimentation of the reservoir, with the construction of multistorey sandstone bodies forming a complex reservoir geometry further complicated by a hydrodynamic aquifer.

The field currently produces to the Haewene Brim floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) installation, and has undergone several phases of development as the understanding has matured. It was initially...

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