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A rich dataset of core, well logs and 3D seismic data has been integrated to establish a depositional hierarchy of a Paleocene-aged, Forties slope channel system of the Huntington Field, Block 22/14b of the Central North Sea. The reservoir consists of a mix of high-concentration turbidites and muddy and sandy debrites deposited as a series of laterally offset, slope channel fills. Seismic data reveal that the channels were remarkably straight and devoid of meander bends, more commonly associated with sinuous slope channel networks. Paradoxically, the internal offlapping architecture draws close comparisons with lateral accretion packages that are widely accepted...

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