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Stratigraphy Statfjord FmFig. 2.1 S N B-38 B-13 B-8 A-38 A-33 Raude 1 Raude 2 Raude 3 Raude 4 Raude 5 Eiriksson 1 Nansen Eiriksson 2 A-18 A-13 Amundsen Formation C-33 C-21 C-1A 10m Sand Shale Lunde Formation 1km
Progradation Transgression Retrogradation Fig. 2.2 SOUTH NORTH NansenEiriksson 2 Progradation Eiriksson 1 Raude 5 Raude 4 Raude 3 Raude 2 Raude 1
Fluvial Channels 3D model, RaudeFig. 2.3 sand sand shale shale Raude 1 Raude 5
Paleogeography, Cook Fm.Fig. 2.4 Statfjord Field Statfjord Field
Fig. 2.5 Statfjord Field
Fig. 2.6 Brent Paleogeography Broom Rannoch
Fig. 2.7 Brent Paleogeography Etive (lower part) Etive (upper part)
Fig. 2.8 Brent Paleogeography Ness (lower part) Ness (middle part)
Fig. 2.9 Brent Paleogeography Ness (upper part) Tarbert
sand-shale subdivisionsFig. 2.11 Reservoir Zonation Ness Formation sand-shale subdivisions
Ness Sands Fig. 2.12
Fig. 2.13 E1 Sand K2, J2 bay J1 delta (front), bay, fluvial I1bay, shallow marine H2 bay Tidal & Shallow Marin e H1 fluvial G3, G2 lagoon, bay, shallow marine, tidal G1 bay, tidal bar, lagoon, fluvial, shallow marine E2 lagoon Lagoon E1 fluvial, lagoon, shallow marine, tidal D1 fluvial, shallow marine, lagoon, tidal C2 lagoon, fluvial, shallow marine C1 lagoon, shallow marine, tidal B2 lagoon, shallow marine Fluvial A3 lagoon E1 Sand A2 lagoon, fluvial
Ness (middle part) = C1 -> E2 tidLAGOON RIVERS ETIVE WASHOVERS / BARS SHORELINE SANDS Ness (middle part) = C1 -> E2 tid E1 Sand Fluvial Tidal & Shallow Marin e Lagoon Fig. 2.14
Depositional Environments Ness / EtiveFig. 2.15
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