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Journal of the Japanese Association for Petroleum Technology
The Vigdis field is located approximately 200km north-west of Bergen in Norway. The water depth ranges from 230m in the south to 300m in the north. The hydrocarbon is accumulated in a westerly tilted fault block in the Tampen Spur area, where numerous fields also have been discovered. The main reservoir rock in the field is the Middle Jurassic Brent Group deltaic sandstone. The Brent delta prograded from south to north with its thickness of around 200m in the field. The Brent Group isdoi:10.3720/japt.61.35 fatcat:qladsh3f4nbbbhlgw5vwfi35ka