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Stratigraphic forward modelling for South West Collie Hub. Phase one: static model

1st October 2012

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), CO2 hubs

A stratigraphic forward model of the time period from 250 Ma to 182 Ma (Olenekian to Pliensbachian ­ Base Wonnerup equivalent to top Eneabba equivalent) has been created in that part of the South Perth basin that is a candidate area for geological sequestration of carbon dioxide. We used the CSIRO Sedsim stratigraphic forward modelling software constrained by available well and seismic data and previous published geological studies. The goal was to determine the distribution of grainsize and primary porosity (and permeability via the same transfer function used by Schlumberger) of Triassic and Lower Jurassic sediments below seismic resolution and away from well data across the study area around the Harvey‐1 well.

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Stratigraphic forward modelling for South West Collie Hub. Phase one: static model

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