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LIVE WEBINAR – Modelling the Impact of Faults on Near Surface Aquifers in Environmental Impact Statements for Unconventional Oil and Gas
Tuesday, 22 February, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (Australia/Perth time)Free – $10.00
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Modelling the Impact of Faults on Near Surface Aquifers in Environmental Impact Statements for Unconventional Oil and Gas
Presented by Titus Murray (Southern Highlands Structural Geology)
2) Region-wide aquitard is not present, the development and the groundwater assets are within the same groundwater system. CSG development may cause pressure to propagate parallel to the strike and dip of the fault in the fault damage zones.
3 )Regional aquitard(s) are present, but larger displacement faults breach the aquitards, allowing for possible combinations of across-fault connections between the different aquifers, and between aquifers and the coal seams. In this scenario, potential flow pathways between the groundwater and the development need to be characterised using Allan Maps (fault plane profiles).