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Hydrocarbon potential of Blantyre-Mount Emu Region (Darling Basin)

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Abstract

Currently available geologic and seismic data demonstrates a significant hydrocarbon potential within the Darling Basin, Australia . This region`s tectonic evolution has resulted in complex geological structures in which a wide range of hydrocarbon traps can be interpreted. This interpretation of seismic data shows that there are at least two reflectors (stratigraphic surfaces) considered favourable for the formation of stratigraphic traps. Seismic data and the structural maps presented lead to a new interpretation of Devonian traps. (author). figs., refs.
Publication Date:
Sep 01, 1995
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
SCA: 020200; PA: AU-95:0E0034; EDB-95:127981; SN: 95001456163
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Quarterly Notes, Geological Survey of New South Wales; Journal Issue: 97; Other Information: PBD: 1995
Subject:
02 PETROLEUM; AUSTRALIA; PETROLEUM GEOLOGY; PETROLEUM DEPOSITS; EXPLORATION; SEISMIC SURVEYS; GEOLOGIC TRAPS; DEVONIAN PERIOD; STRATIGRAPHY
OSTI ID:
100408
Country of Origin:
Australia
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: QNGSDG; ISSN 0155-3410; TRN: AU95E0034
Submitting Site:
AU
Size:
pp. 13-24
Announcement Date:
Oct 04, 1995

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Citation Formats

Sinelnikov, Andrei. Hydrocarbon potential of Blantyre-Mount Emu Region (Darling Basin). Australia: N. p., 1995. Web.
Sinelnikov, Andrei. Hydrocarbon potential of Blantyre-Mount Emu Region (Darling Basin). Australia.
Sinelnikov, Andrei. 1995. "Hydrocarbon potential of Blantyre-Mount Emu Region (Darling Basin)." Australia.
@misc{etde_100408,
title = {Hydrocarbon potential of Blantyre-Mount Emu Region (Darling Basin)}
author = {Sinelnikov, Andrei}
abstractNote = {Currently available geologic and seismic data demonstrates a significant hydrocarbon potential within the Darling Basin, Australia . This region`s tectonic evolution has resulted in complex geological structures in which a wide range of hydrocarbon traps can be interpreted. This interpretation of seismic data shows that there are at least two reflectors (stratigraphic surfaces) considered favourable for the formation of stratigraphic traps. Seismic data and the structural maps presented lead to a new interpretation of Devonian traps. (author). figs., refs.}
journal = {Quarterly Notes, Geological Survey of New South Wales}
issue = {97}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Australia}
year = {1995}
month = {Sep}
}