A rapid local sea level risePhotomicrograph of Ekofisk Fm limestones in the 2/4-2 Ekofisk Field discovery well. From: NPD.

A rapid local sea level rise

Generations of Ekofisk drilling facilities indicate reservoir compaction and associated rapid seabed subsidence.

As the Ekofisk field celebrates its 50th production anniversary today, the vast amount data acquired throughout the years can be used to infer a variety of interesting trends, even when it is clear that smaller subsets of the data are of no significant use. Compaction It is well known that the Upper Cretaceous Chalk reservoir […]

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