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( a ), ( b ) Rotliegend <span class="search-highlight">Auk</span> <span class="search-highlight">Formation</span> reservoir properties from core analys...
Published: 01 October 2003
Fig. 10 ( a ), ( b ) Rotliegend Auk Formation reservoir properties from core analysis data for the Argyll and Innes fields. Data from Argyll are limited as there is only 57 m of Rotliegend core and the coarse, friable, wind-ripple laminated sands of 30/24-18 were problematic to plug and measure
Journal Article
Published: 01 October 2003
Petroleum Geoscience (2003) 9 (4): 295–307.
...Fig. 10 ( a ), ( b ) Rotliegend Auk Formation reservoir properties from core analysis data for the Argyll and Innes fields. Data from Argyll are limited as there is only 57 m of Rotliegend core and the coarse, friable, wind-ripple laminated sands of 30/24-18 were problematic to plug and measure...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2000
Journal of the Geological Society (2000) 157 (6): 1127–1136.
... into the Karl Formation composed of syn-rift volcanics and volcaniclastic sediments, and the younger post-rift Auk Formation dominated by aeolian and fluvial sandstones. Radiometric age data based on K–Ar dating of plagioclase from the Karl Formation volcanics, combined with previously published age data...
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Simplified palaeogeographic reconstructions of the eastern part of the Nort...
Published: 01 November 2000
Fig. 7. Simplified palaeogeographic reconstructions of the eastern part of the Northern Permian Basin. ( a ) Late Karl Formation time; ( b ) Auk Formation time. Note that the northern margin of the East North Sea–Ringkøbing–Fyn High and the Danish Central Graben was an area of accumulation during
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Simplified east–west cross-section of the Danish Central Graben and the eas...
Published: 01 November 2000
Fig. 8. Simplified east–west cross-section of the Danish Central Graben and the eastern Danish–Norwegian Basin showing the distribution of Rotliegend sediments. Note the absence of the Auk Formation in the Danish Central Graben. The relative position of wells shown in Fig. 4 is indicated.
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Well log correlation of the Rotliegend Group in a SE–NW cross section from ...
Published: 01 November 2000
Fig. 5. Well log correlation of the Rotliegend Group in a SE–NW cross section from L-1 on the northern margin of the East North Sea–Ringkøbing–Fyn High to Norwegian 3/5-1 in the Danish–Norwegian Basin. Note the absence of the Auk Formation in L-1 and the overall northward thickening
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Simplified SE–NW cross section from the East North Sea–Ringkøbing–Fyn High ...
Published: 01 November 2000
Fig. 9. Simplified SE–NW cross section from the East North Sea–Ringkøbing–Fyn High to the Danish–Norwegian Basin showing the distribution of Rotliegend sediments. Note the onlap of the Auk Formation towards the Ringkøbing–Fyn High and the presence of Rotliegend syn-rift deposits at the high
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Northwest to southeast section from the Innes Field to the Argyll Field sho...
Published: 01 October 2003
and preservation space within the Northern Permian Basin and may reflect a significant time gap within the c . 7 Ma now attributed to the Auk Formation ( Glennie et al . 2002 ). The surface beneath unit 1 represents one of changed conditions and possible stabilization, though there are no obvious signs
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( a ) Location of Block 30/24 within the Northern Permian Basin and the dis...
Published: 01 October 2003
-3, 16/4-1 K. Glennie, pers. comm.). ( b ) Map showing the extent of Late Permian Auk Formation deposits in the 30/24 area, and the abandoned Argyll, Innes and Duncan oil fields. More than 40 m of weathered volcanics underlie the Zechstein in Argyll well 30/24-39 and possibly represent the Early–Late
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Examples of eolian strata in modern, outcrop, and core data sets. (A) Scarp...
Published: 01 January 2014
of Nathaniel Ball). (C) Grain-flow-laminated eolian sandstone seen in core from the Permian Auk Formation (Rotliegendes Group) of the central North Sea. Note how grain-flow laminae pinch out locally (1). The black coloration is oil staining. Grain-fall laminae are also evident (2); wind-rippled sandstone
Series: Geological Society, London, Memoirs
Published: 30 October 2020
DOI: 10.1144/M52-2017-17
EISBN: 9781786205070
... Fife 31/26, 31/27, 39/1, 39/2 April 1991 Cretaceous, Jurassic Chalk Group (tested, unproduced), Fulmar Formation Oil Fergus 39/2 October 1994 Jurassic Fulmar Formation Oil The seal horizons in the area are not easily defined. For the two largest fields, Auk and Argyll, the seals...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 February 1997
Petroleum Geoscience (1997) 3 (1): 43–55.
...E. Follows Abstract An inclined appraisal well, 30/16-13, drilled in 1992-3 in the north of the Auk Rotliegend oil field, Central North Sea confirmed sufficient gross rock volume to justify a horizontal appraisal/development sidetrack 30/16-13S1 to assess the viability of a horizontal well...