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Title: 1972 Border Creek Seismic Survey - Seismic Acquisition, Processing & Interpretation Reports
Title Holder / Company: Australian Aquitaine Petroleum
Australia Aquitaine Petroleum
Report ID: PR1972-0002
Tenure: OP162
Year: 1972
Corporate Author: Australian Aquitaine Petroleum
Austral United Geophysical
Survey Name: Border Creek 2D SS 1972
Oakes Creek 2D SS 1967
Survey Lines: BC 1;  BC 2;  BC 3;  BC 4;  BC 5;  BC 6;  BC 7;  BC 8;  BC 9;  BC 10
Geological Province: Bonaparte Basin
Map250: Bathurst Island SC5215
Fog Bay SD5203
Cape Scott SD5207
Pine Creek SD5208
Port Keats SD5211
Auvergne SD5215
Subject: Acquisition logistics
Acquisition operations
Depth structure maps
Field data
Infield data processing and QC
Horizon maps
Interpreted seismic sections
Isochron maps
Isopach maps
Line diagrams
Line listings
Processing data
Preliminary stacks
Processed seismic lines
Statics corrections
Surveys operations
Velocity acquisition
Velocity analysis
Abstract: The 1972 Border Creek Seismic Survey was carried out by Austral United Geophysical Pty Ltd for Australian Aquataine Petroleum Pty Ltd in the south-west area of OP162. The survey consists of 10 new seismic lines with a total distance of 108km using a six-fold CDP technique. The acquired seismic data was processed by Digicon using a standard sequence of processing established by Australian Aquataine Petroleum.
The main objectives of the survey was to delineate any stratigraphic or structural features in the south-western part of the permit and to detail the possible structure associated with the geomorphological anomaly situated in the bend of the Keep River.
Document Type: Seismic Acquisition
Seismic Processing
Seismic Interpretation
Appears in Collections:Petroleum Geophysical Surveys (PEX Geophysics)

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