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The Ten Boer Member (ROCLT; Upper Rotliegend, Southern Permian Basin) is a claystone-dominated succession with thin sandstone beds, deposited on the margin of a large saline lake. The sandstone beds were deposited by fluvial channels and associated unconfined sheet floods in the distal part of a fluvial system. A recent re-perforation test in a depleted Rotliegend well successfully produced 30 Mm3 gas from a thin ROCLT sandstone bed at only 50K Euro re-perforation costs. This success triggered a detailed study to map the fluvial fairways and assess the lithofacies associations of the ROCLT.

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