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The Howe and Bardolino fields lie in UK Blocks 22/12a and 22/13a, respectively, on the eastern flank of the Forties–Montrose High. The Howe Field was discovered in 1987 by well 22/12a-1, and Bardolino in 1988 with well 22/13a-1ST. Both share common Jurassic reservoirs, have Upper Jurassic Kimmeridge Clay Formation top seals, require some form of lateral seal and have similar fluids. Howe has been producing relatively dry oil throughout its production life, indicating relatively good connectivity across the field area. In contrast, the Bardolino accumulation is proven to be compartmentalized. Bardolino is likely to be segmented through some fault-related...

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