Figure 23. Expanded FMI images, showing a close-up view of the section highlighted with red in Figure 22. The basal sands, which are relatively thick-bedded, have the coarsest grain size seen in the P sand (fine-grained sand). The sands have erosional bases, are either amorphous or fining upward, and contain some shale clasts. These are interpreted as channel sands deposited by density currents. This section was part of the perforated interval that flowed over 7000 BOPD and 7 MMCFD.