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In a reservoir, faults at the limit of the seismic resolution can be crucial to explain production history and to optimize field development. However, in most cases the detail required to describe such subtle features depends on the assistance of seismic attributes and semi-automated interpretation techniques. We generated a detailed description of the fault network in the South Arne Chalk Group using a workflow based on a globally consistent computation of the seismic dip. This led to more accurate seismic edge attributes than gained with standard dip estimation techniques. We analysed each fault set and qualitatively assessed its control...

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