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Abstract

The Cretaceous succession in the northern North Sea is still an underexplored interval in the Norwegian North Sea. Although several wells have now penetrated sandstones of Cretaceous age, no big discoveries are yet made. Therefore there is a need of understanding these settings in more detail. The intervals have been very difficult to correlate due to complex tectonic and depositional setting.

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1998-10-03
2021-10-17
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