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Title: 1965 Queens Channel Marine Seismic Survey - Seismic Acquisition, Processing & Interpretation Report
Title Holder / Company: Australian Aquitaine Petroleum
Report ID: PR1965-0002
Tenure: OP2
Year: 1965
Corporate Author: Western Geophysical
Offshore Navigation Inc
Survey Name: Queens Channel MSS 1965
Survey Lines: QC-1;  QC-2;  QC-3;  QC-4;  QC-5;  QC-6;  QC-7;  QC-8;  QC-9;  QC-10
Geological Province: Bonaparte Basin
Map250: Cape Scott SD5207
Pine Creek SD5208
Port Keats SD5211
Auvergne SD5215
Subject: Acquisition logistics
Acquisition operations
Basemaps
Depth conversion
Faults
Horizon maps
Horizons
Isochron maps
Processing data
Processed seismic lines
Site surveys
Surveys operations
Time structure maps
Abstract: Western Geophysical carried out the 1965 Queens Channel Marine Seismic Survey for Australian Aquitaine Petroleum Pty Ltd within OP2, in an area located in the southeast corner of the Joseph Bonaparte Gulf. The survey was able to acquire 10 new seismic lines with a total 448.4km of seismic data. The main purpose of this survey was to obtain additional information as to the general structure of the offshore area of OP2.
The Bonaparte Gulf Basin is separated into a southern and northern zone by the Queens Channel. From a previous survey, it seemed that the Queen's Channel was a high, fairly faulted area. The predominant structure of the area is a closure measuring approximately 2 by 4 miles. Those areas with structures or indicated structures require a closer grid for complete delineation.
Document Type: Seismic Acquisition
Seismic Processing
Seismic Interpretation
Appears in Collections:Petroleum Geophysical Surveys (PEX Geophysics)



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