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October 2022

Thursday, 20 October @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm (Australia/Perth time)
Parmelia HIlton, 14 Mill Street
Perth, WA 6000 Australia

PESA WA: Technical lunch talk – 20 October

WA

Presented by Said AmiriBesheli, KUFPEC. Time-lapse (4D) seismic monitoring technology can provide new insights and information about the dynamic behaviour of producing oil and gas fields. 4D seismic is actively used to determine drained versus undrained areas, reservoir compartmentalization, pressure changes and reservoir fluid movement. Implementation of 4D data for field development requires an iterative inter-disciplinary interpretation workflow, where seismic feasibility modelling and field pressure and production data are integrated with history-matched reservoir simulation models.

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November 2022

Thursday, 17 November @ 6:00 pm - 8:15 pm (Australia/Perth time)
The Shoe, Shop GSO7 Yagan Square, 376 - 420 Wellington St
Perth, WA 6000 Australia

PESA WA Nov Evening talk: Controls on shelf-margin architecture and sediment partitioning in the Hammerhead shelf-margin

WA

Presented by John Shepherd, Centre for Energy Geoscience, University of Western Australia. Understanding the stratigraphic architecture of shelf-margin clinoforms is key to determining both how sediments are transported to deep-water settings and how the interplay of tectonics (subsidence/uplift) and eustasy, with variation in sediment supply, impacts deep-water sand delivery. Within this study clinothems are used to establish quantitative and statistical relationships between the shelf-margin architecture, paleoshoreline processes, and deep-water system types (i.e., quantitative 3D seismic stratigraphy). The Hammerhead shelf-margin prograded during the Late Cretaceous within the Great Australian Bight Basin, along the southern margin of Australia, following break-up with Antarctica. This understudied interval offers a unique opportunity to investigate the controls on the evolution of a shelf margin during the early stages of the post-rift phase.

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