3 edition of Exmouth Plateau--stratigraphy, structure, and petroleum potential found in the catalog.
Exmouth Plateau--stratigraphy, structure, and petroleum potential
N. F. Exon
Includes bibliographical references (p. 45-46).
|Statement||N.F. Exon and J.B. Willcox.|
|Series||Bulletin / Department of National Development & Energy, Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics ;, 199, Bulletin (Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics) ;, 199.|
|Contributions||Willcox, J. B., Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology amd Geophysics.|
|LC Classifications||QE340 .A39 no. 199, QE350.5 .A39 no. 199|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 52 p., 33 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||90134684|
LANDSLIDE GEOMORPHOLOGY ALONG THE EXMOUTH PLATEAU CONTINENTAL MARGIN, NORTH WEST SHELF, AUSTRALIA J.V. Hengesh1, J.K. Dirstein 2 and A.J. Stanley (1) Centre for Offshore Foundation Systems at The University of Western Australia, M, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley, WA, Australia ; Email: [email protected] Abstract: The petroleum potential of the three forks formation (upper devonian) in North Dakota is poorly known due to limited stratigraphic, geochemical and petrophysical data. This study is an analysis of the stratigraphy, lithofacies distribution, petroleum potential and paleo-environments of the three forks formation using log and core data.
The Queensland Plateau, a large fragment of Australian continental crust lying more than m below sea level off northern Queensland, was covered by extensive marine geophysical traversing in and tested by stratigraphic drilling in the same year. This Bulletin presents the results of stratigraphic mapping of the Plateau using the acoustic stratigraphy available from seismic reflection. Abstract The large, deep-water Exmouth Plateau off northwestern Australia has been actively explored for petroleum, and a giant gas accumulation has been found. Data from industry and research institutions have established its geological framework. The plateau has a basement of continental crust that was thinned and extended in the Permian.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Exon, N.F. Exmouth Plateau--stratigraphy, structure, and petroleum potential. Canberra: Australian Govt. Pub. Service, The Exmouth Plateau: stratigraphy, structure and petroleum potential / N.F. Exon and J.B Willcox Australian Government Publishing Service Canberra Australian/Harvard Citation.
Exon, N. & Willcox, J. & Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics. Abstract The Exmouth Plateau lies oceanward of Australia’s Northwest Shelf petroleum province, in water depths of to 2, m, and is flanked by the abyssal plains of the Wharton basin.
The plateau is dominated by the northeast-trending Exmouth Plateau arch and Kangaroo by: The Exmouth Plateau: stratigraphy, structure and petroleum potential Geological history of the outer North West Shelf of Australia: a synthesis Geological Framework of the Kerguelen Plateau and Adjacent Ocean Basins.
Exmouth Plateau--stratigraphy At present, both basins are in a declining stage of production; however, the exploration potential has not been exhausted. The basement dips southeastward along the rift strike from a maximum of about 5 km ( mi) in the Pripyat basin to possibly as much as 16–18 km (– mi) in the southeast part of the Dnieper-Donets basin.
Exon and J. Willcox, "The Structure Plateau: Stratigraphy, Structure and Petroleum Potential," BMR Bull.
1 (), 52 (). Types and Origin of Folding Jan The Lady Franklin Basin, which contains a thick succession of Cretaceous and Cenozoic sediments, constitutes the western part of the southern West Greenland offshore area.
In the Davis Strait and Labrador Sea region rifting was initiated in the earliest Cretaceous and a number of basins formed. In time these basins deepened, although subsidence was interrupted by two main phases of uplift and. An interpretation of the structural configuration and hydrocarbon potential of the Exmouth Plateau is given.
Seismic sections suggest sediments down to at least four seconds (two way time) below. The structure and development of the continent-ocean transition zone of the Exmouth Plateau and Cuvier m Exmouth Geological studies in the area of the Fiji plateau, southwest Pacific [microform].
N. Exon and J. Willcox, “The Exmouth Plateau: Stratigraphy, Structure and Petroleum Potential,” BMR Bull. 1 (), 52 (). The Exmouth Plateau: stratigraphy, structure and petroleum potential: The geology of the Fairfield Group, Canning Basin, Western Australia: A geological synthesis of Papua New Guinea: The Mesozoic Carpentaria Basin and the Cainozoic Karumba Basin, north Queensland: The Exmouth Plateau is an extensive (∼ km long and – km wide) marginal plateau, which is separated from the NW Shelf of Australia by the Exmouth, Barrow, and Dampier sub-basins to the SE and E, whereas its SW, NW, and NE margins are limited by three Mesozoic abyssal plains (named Cuvier, Gascoyne and Argo).
Harya D. Nugraha, Christopher A.‐L. Jackson, Howard D. Johnson, David M. Hodgson and Matthew T. Reeve, Tectonic and oceanographic process interactions archived in Late Cretaceous to Present deep‐marine stratigraphy on the Exmouth Plateau, offshore NW Australia, Basin Research, 31.
A wide range of seismic reflection data sources and o line kilometres of data have been used to define eight seismic stratigraphic packages on the southern Exmouth Plateau which overall contain three major clastic depositional wedges and a carbonate blanket deposit. Exmouth Sub-basin and western Exmouth Plateau.
Knowledge of the spatial and temporal distribution of igneous intrusions is important for companies exploring for hydrocarbons in the Northern Carnarvon Basin, as their presence can have a significant impact on the development of petroleum systems. The maturation history of source rocks can.
Petroleum geologists broadly classify traps into three categories that are based on their geological characteristics: the structural trap, the stratigraphic trap and the combination trap.
1-Structural traps Fold (structural) trap Fault (structural) trap Structural traps are formed as a result of changes in the structure of the subsurface due. An interpretation of the structural configuration and hydrocarbon potential of the Exmouth Plateau has been made utilizing the results of G.S.I's Scientific Investigation (No.
10 S.L.). Seismic sections suggest sediments down to at least four seconds (two way time) below the sea floor. A prominent regional unconformity separates faulted and dipping sediments from generally flat overlying.
The Exmouth Plateau: stratigraphy, structure and petroleum potential Geological Framework of the Kerguelen Plateau and Adjacent Ocean Basins Australian Natural Resources Atlas (ANRA). AJ THE SUBSURFACE GEOLOGY OF THE WESTERN OFFICER BASIN — RESULTS OF SHELL'S PETROLEUM EXPLORATION CAMPAIGN.
W.G. Townson AJ SOURCE POTENTIAL OF UPPER TRIASSIC FLUVIO-DELTAIC SYSTEMS OF THE EXMOUTH PLATEAU. A.C. Cook, Michelle Smyth and R.G. Vos STRUCTURE, AND PETROLEUM POTENTIAL OF THE. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 72 () r Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands [41 Prominent magnetic anomaly along the continent-ocean boundary between the northwestern margin of Australia (Exmouth and Scott Plateaus) and the Argo Abyssal Plain J.J.
Veevers, J.W. Tayton and B.D. Johnson School of Earth Sciences. Petroleum Potential of Deepwater Basins around Tasmania: Insights from Ocean Drilling Program Leg in Eastern Australasian Basins Symposium, A refocused Energy Perspective for the Future.
Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia, Special Publication, Tectono-Stratigraphic Evolution of the Centaur 3D Survey, Exmouth Plateau, North West Shelf, Australia. Sasha Gumprecht1.
1Royal Holloway, University of London. Abstract. This project illustrates the tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the Exmouth Plateau, a .Exon, N.F., Willcox, J.B.
Geology and petroleum potential of Exmouth Plateau area of Western Australia American Association of Petroleum Geologists. Bulletin 62(1) p REFID: Playford, P.E.
Petroleum in Western Australia: a review of exploration, production, and future prospects. APEA Journal 15(2) p REFID: