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Geoscience Australia – PESA QLD: Adavale Basin Core Review – Focus on the Boree Salt – 15th March
Tuesday, 15 March @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm (Australia/Brisbane time)$55.00 – $75.00
Due to the storms on the East Coast of Australia we are moving this event to the 15th of March
PESA Queensland in association with Geoscience Australia is organising a special event at the Geological Survey of Queensland Exploration Data Centre.
The recent announcement of Geoscience Australia’s Cooper-Adavale Strategic Basin Plan, the 2021 Queensland Exploration Program, which released acreage over much of the Basin and the focus on Greenhouse Gas and Hydrogen storage in Salt deposits has led to renewed interest in the basin and a review of existing data.
This special event will allow attendees to view the core and cuttings of all the boreholes that intersected the Boree Salt along with talks and presentations on the history of the Basin, exploration activity and petroleum systems and a review of seismic reprocessing to better image salt boundaries.
This is a full day event with talks in the morning and access to core in the afternoon and is an opportunity to collaborate and share knowledge.
If you have any questions or topics you would like to cover please email using this link.
|Presentation:||Adavale Basin Core Review – Focus on the Boree Salt|
|Venue:||Exploration Data Centre, 68 Pineapple St, Zillmere QLD 4034|
|Date & Time:||Tuesday, 15th March 2022
9:00am – 5:00pmIncludes morning tea, lunch, afternoon, soft drinks, water and chocolate biscuits.$55 per person for PESA Members
$75 per person for Non Members
Diane Jorgensen – Geoscience Australia
The Geoscience Australia Cooper Adavale Strategic Basin Plan was announced in December 2021. Diane will talk about the scope and aims of the work Geoscience Australia is undertaking as part of the Plan.
Alison Troup and Pascal Asmussen – The University of Queensland, Sustainable Minerals Institute
The geology and history of the Adavale Basin, including previous exploration work.
Henk van Paridon – Energeo Pty Ltd
Salty Seismic – Reprocessing of T81A-3005. An example of recent seismic reprocessing by RealTimeSeismic in the Adavale Basin over the Boree Salt with the aim of resolving the top and base of the salt body using velocity studies.
Tickets can be purchased below.
Final numbers to venue required by Tuesday 8th of March, 11:00 AM – To avoid disappointment please register before that date and time.
|PESA Members – $55
Non-Members – $75
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