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As hydrocarbon-prone basins mature through time, stratigraphic traps become increasingly important as hosts for yet-to-find reserves. Explorationists strive to reduce the uncertainty in reservoir distribution and quality, but considerable complications exist in the evaluation of stratigraphic traps owing to the inextricable links between stratigraphy, trap definition and their subsequent risking. This study quantifies the relationships that exist between reservoir geometries and the rates of reservoir property degradation in a turbidite sandstone pinch-out zone. The investigation focuses on the Paleocene Forties Sandstone Member of the Everest and Arran fields of the East Central Graben of the UK North Sea. We...

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