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|Title:||1966 Cape Hay-Cape Ford Marine Seismic Survey - Final Acquisition, Processing & Interpretation Report|
|Title Holder / Company:||Associated Australian Oil Field|
Associated Continental Petroleum
Australia Aquitaine Petroleum
|Corporate Author:||Compagnie Generale de Geophysique|
|Survey Name:||Cape Hay Cape Ford 2D MSS 1966|
|Survey Lines:||CF 1; CF 2; CF 3; CF 4; CF 5; CF 6; CF 7; CF 8; CF 9; CF 10; CF 11; CF 12; CF 13; CF 14; CF 15; CF 16; CF 17; CF 18; CF 19; CF 20; CF 21; CH 9; CH 19; CH 21; CH 22; CH 23; CH 24; CH 26; CH 28; CH 30; PPA 1; PPA 2; PPA 3; PPA 5; PPA 6; PPA 7; PPB 1; PPB 2; PPB 3; PPB 4; QCA 11; QCA 12; QCA 13; QCA 14; QCA 15; QCA 16; QCA 17; QCA 18; QCA 19; QCA 20; QCA 21; QCA 22; QCA 23; QCA 24|
|Geological Province:||Bonaparte Basin|
|Map250:||Fog Bay SD5203|
Bathurst Island SC5215
Cape Scott SD5207
Pine Creek SD5208
Port Keats SD5211
Time structure maps
Interpreted seismic sections
|Abstract:||Compagne Generale de Geophysique carried out the 1966 Cape Hay-Cape Ford Marine Seismic Survey within OP2 and OP83 on behalf of Australian Aquitaine Petroleum Pty Ltd. Australian Aquitaine Petroleum is operating this survey in these permits under the farm-out agreement with Associated Continental Petroleum NL (OP83) and Associated Australian Oilfields NL (OP2) for the respective areas they hold. The main purpose of the survey was to provide further information on the previous structure in the Queens Channel Area, provide additional controls of several faulted structures west of Pearce Point and to locate possible structures in the Cape Hay - Cape Ford area especially along the north north-west/ south south-east high trends previously found.|
Around 54 new seismic lines was acquired in the duration of the survey with a total distance of 1991km.
The prospect can be divided into two tectonically different areas. The northern part is broadly folded along a north northwest-south southeast trend and shows smooth tectonics with conformable series. The southern area is affected by local sharp features and shows several interesting structures. Structure A4 was found in the southern corner of OP-83. This closed anticline seems to be the best prospect of the survey with an appreciable size and a reliable closure.
|Document Type:||Seismic Acquisition|
|Appears in Collections:||Petroleum Geophysical Surveys (PEX Geophysics)|
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