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Title: 1964 Kulshill Seismic & Gravity Survey - Acquisition, Processing & Interpretation Report
Title Holder / Company: Australian Aquitaine Petroleum
Australia Aquitaine Petroleum
Report ID: PR1964-0014
Tenure: OP2
Year: 1964
Corporate Author: Australian Aquitaine Petroleum
Canada Northwest Australia Oil
Survey Name: Kulshill 2D SS 1964
Survey Lines: K7;  K12;  K13;  K14;  K15;  K16;  K17;  K18;  K19;  K20;  K21;  K22;  K23;  K24;  K25;  K26;  K27;  K28;  K29;  K30;  K31;  K32;  K33
Geological Province: Bonaparte Basin
Map250: Cape Scott SD5207
Pine Creek SD5208
Port Keats SD5211
Auvergne SD5215
Subject: Acquisition logistics
Gravity data acquisition
Gravity data interpretation
Gravity data processing
Gravity interpretation results
Horizon maps
Interpretation results
Line diagrams
Line listings
Statics corrections
Surveys operations
Velocity acquisition
Velocity analysis
Abstract: Compagnie Generale de Geophysique conducted the 1964 Kulshill Seismic Survey on behalf of Australian Aquitaine Petroleum Pty Ltd within OP2. The survey acquired 23 seismic lines with a total distance of 383km. The main aims of the survey were to obtain better definition of the structure revealed during the survey in 1963 in able to locate a suitable drilling site, to improve the quality of the deeper reflections by experimental shooting, to determine the depth to basement, by refraction, below the axis of the anticline and to follow up the gravity map of Port Keats area.
The seismic programme was able to reveal a possible major north-south fault located about 16.1km east of the Kushill high marks. The Kulshill high is part of the north-south trend and shows important north, west and probably east closures.
Document Type: Seismic Acquisition
Seismic Processing
Seismic Interpretation
Gravity Survey
Appears in Collections:Petroleum Geophysical Surveys (PEX Geophysics)



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