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6). This indicates that there is pressure communication between the northern and southern compartments of the Askeladden field in the water zone, but not in the gas zone. This means that the Askeladden field is divided into a northern and a southern structure, and the point of separation is as indicated on Figs. 2 and 7. ------r-E o 1\1 ':' Fig. 7. Structural cross-section along line 513-344 through well 7120/8-1 (See Fig. ) GAS COMPOSITION Gas composition analysis of hydrocarbons from the Drill Stem Tests performed in the two wells (Table 1) shows that the gas compositions are TABLE 1.
Accordingly, the definitions, expecially of geomorphological features, are valid even when the features are not reflected in the present topography. Recommended Norwegian translations of the structural terms are included in parentheses. High or structural high (Hf/Jyde or strukturell h f/Jy de): A general term for an elevated tectonic feature such as a crest, culmination, anticline, dome, horst, ridge, spur. Should be used when the precise nature of the feature is unknown. Dome (Dom): A general term for any smoothly rounded rock-mass.
RFT Pressure comparison, wells 7120/8-1 and 8-2. (2) Lack of overpressures in the structures during most of the burial, due to lack of effective seal. Leakage was probably caused by late movements along fault planes. (3) No hydrocarbons in the structures for the same reason as above. The result is that the reservoir properties in parts of the Troms I area appear to have been markedly reduced. Fortunately, this seems to apply only to the deeper parts of the transition zone and probably also to the TromslP Basin.
Petroleum Geology of the North European Margin: Proceedings of the North European Margin Symposium (NEMS ’83), organized by the Norwegian Petroleum Society and held at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTH) in Trondheim 9–11 May, 1983 by Knut S. Heier (auth.), A. M. Spencer (eds.)