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Type: Theses
Title: Detecting the occurrence of dolomite cemented zones in the Otway Gippsland Basins
Author: Al-Shukaili, Amira
Issue Date: 2014
School/Discipline: Australian School of Petroleum
Abstract: Dolomite cemented zones have been recognized in both Otway and Gipssland Basins. These cemented zones have significant effects on the reservoir performance as they can degrade or enhance reservoir sweep. The CO2CRC CO₂ sequestration project in Otway Basin may be affected by these carbonate cemented zones, where it has been detected in CRC-2 and CRC-1. Therefore, the aim of this project is to generate an empirical model using well log data to detect the dolomite cemented zones in the Otway and Gippsland Basins. To achieve this goal, log data have been analyzed to firstly create a motif of cemented zones in the on-shore lower Paaratte Formation of Otway Basin. Then, verify cemented zones in the Casino Field of the Shipwreck Trough (offshore Paaratte Formation). As a result, the dolomitisation interval motifs will be generated from Paaratte Formation of Otway Basin and will be used to detect the cemented zones in the Gippsland basin.
Advisor: Bunch, Mark
Daniel, Richard Francis
Dissertation Note: Thesis (M.Sc.(Petrol.Geosc.) -- University of Adelaide, Australian School of Petoleum, 2014.
Keywords: coursework
Description: Title page, abstract and table of contents only. The complete thesis in print form is available from the University of Adelaide Library.
Provenance: Master of Science (Petroleum Geoscience) by coursework
Appears in Collections:Australian School of Petroleum

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