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There are two hydrocarbon bearing reservoirs: the Jurassic Fulmar Formation and the Triassic Skagerrak Formation. The field crest is at 9773 ft sub-sea in the Fulmar and 10 400 ft in the Skagerrak and there is over 650 ft of hydrocarbon column. Reservoir topseal is provided by shales of the Heather and Kimmeridge Clay Formations, while Zechstein evaporites provide bottomseal. The Fulmar Formation comprises a succession of heavily bioturbated shoreline to shallow marine sandstones. The formation is divided into three units, of which the middle unit has by far the best reservoir quality.
1 Fulmar Field: Top Fulmar Formation structure. 018 159 626 Cations (mg I1) Anions (rag 1") No. Na K Mg Ca Sr Ba Cl 804 HCO3 1 48 000 3300 800 7800 660 6 98 530 380 150 The Gryphon Field 37 M. M A N S E L L Kerr McGee Oil (UK) plc, London, UK Data contributed by Kerr-McGee Oil Background The Gryphon Field is situated in the southeastern part of UKCS Block 9/18b. The reservoir comprises two main sand units within the Palaeocene Balder Formation. The field is estimated to contain up to 300 MMbbls of oil, with overlying gas caps.
Aagaard Background The Hild Field covers an area of 120 k m 2 o n a structural nose at the western flank of the Viking Graben, the same structural high trend responsible for the Statfjord, Brent and Alwyn fields. Hild was discovered in 1978. The hydrocarbon type is gas and gas condensate. The field consists of a number of Late Jurassic tilted fault blocks. Topseal is provided by shales and marls of Late Jurassic and Cretaceous age. The shallowest parts of the structure (3600 m sub-sea) are in the east and west, with progressively downthrown blocks toward the central part of the field.