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Abstract

The Tuxen and Sola Formations represent the earliest boreal chalk deposits in the North Sea Basin and are oil-bearing in the Danish sector of the Central Graben. These formations vary in thickness at the large scale, and show a decimetre to metre scale bedding pattern in the cored sections. The core display will show key stratigraphic surfaces and a lateral variation in the facies expression, factors that are likely to influence reservoir characteristics.

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2012-07-04
2021-10-21
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