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The unit was deposited in deepwater, restricted marine conditions within incipient rifts that developed along the northern and northwestern continental margin during the breakup of Gondwana. Biomarker and geochemical studies of oils derived from the marine Dingo Claystone indicate that there is a significant supplementary contribution from terrestrial organic matter preserved within the marine claystones Summons et al, ; Edwards and Zumberge, Upper Triassic carbonate reefs may constitute valid reservoirs on the outboard Exmouth Plateau Grain et al, Most hydrocarbon discoveries within the basin are hosted by reservoirs that sub-crop the Lower Cretaceous Muderong Shale.
This unit forms an effective regional seal and has contributed to high exploration success rates in parts of the basin Baillie and Jacobson, Notable exceptions occur in the Barrow Sub-basin, where top-seals are formed by the Aptian Windalia Radiolarite in the Barrow Island oil field; Ellis et al, and the Paleocene Dockrell Formation in the Maitland gas accumulation; Sit et al, In addition, intraformational seals commonly form stacked hydrocarbon-bearing reservoirs in the basin.
Gas accumulations on the Rankin Platform are top-sealed by a combination of the regional seal and intraformational claystones.
The main structural trap styles in the basin are horsts, tilted fault blocks, drapes and fault related roll-over anticlines. Stratigraphic traps in the basin are formed by basin-floor and turbidite fan sands, and unconformity pinch-outs and onlaps. Structural compartmentalisation of the basin has resulted in complex trap evolution and charge histories. Hydrocarbon generation from the Dingo Claystone commenced in the Exmouth Sub-basin and southern parts of the Barrow Sub-basin in the Early Cretaceous as a consequence of sediment loading by the Barrow Delta Tindale et al, ; Smith et al, In the Beagle Sub-basin, hydrocarbon generation from Lower to Middle Jurassic source rocks began prior to the deposition of the Lower Cretaceous Muderong Shale regional seal.
Loading of the sub-basin during the Cenozoic due to the deposition of a carbonate wedge has driven late-stage maturation. There is a significant possibility that hydrocarbons generated during the Cenozoic may have been trapped and preserved Lech, The main phase of hydrocarbon generation in the Dampier Sub-basin was also driven by the progradation of a Cenozoic carbonate shelf across the sub-basin Thomas et al, As of , 2.
In , Western Australian gas production represented approximately two thirds of national production. The basin is estimated to contain In , ten 3D seismic surveys were undertaken in the offshore Northern Carnarvon Basin.
Eight exploration wells were spudded during , of which three were discoveries Johns and Despland, As of 1 November , eight exploration wells had been spudded in the basin during , resulting in gas discoveries at Toro 1 and Bunyip 1 Figure 5. Subsequent appraisal drilling on the Rough Range feature failed to replicate the initial success Bradshaw et al, ; Ellis and Jonasson, Exploration in the offshore Northern Carnarvon Basin during the s and early s established the basin as a major hydrocarbon province Mitchelmore and Smith, In and , further discoveries were made at Angel and Lambert.
Significant gas discoveries were made in the late s to early s. Scarborough is estimated to hold 5. Discovered in , the Gorgon field, is one of the largest gas accumulations in the basin and is associated with a resource of The biodegraded nature of the Novara oil Exploration on the Rankin Platform and adjacent Exmouth Plateau continued to target Triassic fault block and intra-Triassic plays.
This resulted in the discovery of Chrysaor in — and Dionysus in Over the last decade there has been an increasing focus on the commercialisation of identified discoveries. During , two wells were drilled southwest of the Legendre accumulation.
The well was plugged and abandoned as a dry hole. Two 3D seismic surveys were undertaken in the Beagle Sub-basin in Karoon acquired km 2 of 3D seismic data Chrysalids 3D seismic survey over the northern Beagle Sub-basin and part of the eastern Exmouth Plateau. Oil production commenced on Barrow Island in Ellis et al, Oil and gas production facilities for Campbell, Harriet, Rosette and neighbouring fields are located on Varanus Island.
In and , respectively, the Vincent and Enfield oil discoveries were made in the Exmouth Sub-basin. In , these successes were followed by the Laverda and Scafell oil discoveries. Between and , numerous successful wells were drilled. Exploration wells spudded in the Exmouth Sub-basin during and did not encounter commercial hydrocarbons. The well was plugged and abandoned after it failed to encounter significant hydrocarbon shows Octanex N.
In , two exploration wells were drilled and one 3D seismic survey was undertaken in the Exmouth Sub-basin Figure 5. During early , Woodside acquired the Babylon 3D seismic survey km 2 within exploration permit WAP on the eastern margin of the Exmouth Sub-basin.
Most wells tested Triassic fault blocks with top and intra-Mungaroo Formation objectives. Apache has made several significant oil discoveries in the Mungaroo Formation Balnaves 1 to 4 and Balnaves Deep 1, Apache Corporation, a in reservoirs that are distinct from those that host the nearby Julimar and Brunello gas accumulations discovered in and , respectively. Between and , numerous development wells were drilled at Brunello by Apache, at Wheatstone by Chevron and at Goodwyn, Xena and Tidepole by Woodside.
During , development drilling at Gorgon continued. The Zola gas discovery is located to the south of, and on trend with the Gorgon accumulation. Drilled by Chevron in , Orthrus 2 intersected a deeper gas pool in the Orthrus gas accumulation Department of Mines and Petroleum, Petroleum Division, Made by Hess in , gas is trapped within the post-Callovian section. Between and , Hess drilled 16 wells within WAP, of which 13 are reported as gas discoveries Hess, In , three wells were drilled in the north and east of the plateau.
In , Woodside sought to define the lateral extent of these gas plays on the Exmouth Plateau and drilled Banambu Deep 1. More recently, the discovery of approximately The discovery of gas by Alaric 1 and Cadwallon 1 proved that the petroleum plays present on the central and east of the plateau extend to the deep-water western margin of the Exmouth Plateau. The remaining facilities produce oil. In addition to the above, oil production at Balnaves commenced in August Apache Corporation, a.
Oil produced from the Dampier and Barrow sub-basins predominantly comprises light sweet crude. In the Exmouth Sub-basin, heavier oils are produced. The plant has the capacity to produce The Greater Western Flank Project is discussed on page Storage and loading facilities at the plant include two LNG tanks, three smaller condensate tanks, and an LNG and condensate export jetty Woodside, b.
First gas from Xena is expected in late Woodside, c. The official opening of the plant was held in February The Wandoo oil field is operated by Vermilion Energy Inc. A two-well drilling program and re-fit and maintenance programs on the monopod and platform are planned for Drilling programs are scheduled approximately every two years Vermillion Energy Inc, Over mmbls Oil and gas from other fields in coastal waters Cowle, Crest, Roller, Saladin, Skate and Yammaderry are produced through this facility Clough-Amec, It is the hub for the Harriet and the John Brookes Joint Ventures and has infrastructure suitable for the production and processing of oil, condensate and gas.
Many oil and gas fields in the northeast Barrow Sub-basin are produced through Varanus Island. In June , gas and condensate from the Halyard Development was tied-back via sub-sea completions to the East Spar field and from there to the Varanus Island facilities Apache Corporation, a. Gas produced from these fields is reinjected into the nearby Macedon gas reservoir. The Coniston and Novara oil fields will be tied-back to the Ningaloo Vision.
The project was due to be completed in Apache Corporation, b. Chevron Australia Pty Ltd, b. The project will process gas from the Wheatstone and Iago discoveries via a two-train plant with a combined capacity of 8. The results of the well led to an upward revision of the resource estimates associated with Scarborough BHP Billiton, During November , environmental approval was granted for a floating liquified natural gas FLNG development at Scarborough Klinger, Sixteen exploration wells have been drilled in this permit of which 13 are gas discoveries.
The project by which Hess proposes to develop the gas discoveries is known as the Equus Project. In December , Hess announced it had signed a letter of intent with the NWS Venture for the processing of gas at the Karratha gas plant. A FID is not expected until , at the earliest. Petroleum Geochemistry and Correlation. Changing perceptions of basin formation. Journal of Geodesy, 84 3 , — Mutiny in the Dampier.
Department of the Interior, U. AAPG Bulletin, 73 2 , — Department of Resources Energy and Tourism, pp. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 23, — Journal of Geophysical Research, B3 , — Abstract, Geological Society of London: Emerging Plays in Australasia Symposium, July Geology and Mineral Resources of Western Australia.
Western Australia Geological Survey, Memoir 3, — AAPG Memoir, 60, 3— WAP Phase I exploration. Journal of Palaeogeography, 2 1 , American Geophysical Union, Geophysical Monograph, 70, — AAPG Bulletin, 81 10 , — One of the three is Private George Hale, who had served in the Battalion between and Hale, George, Private ; Hale, G ;.
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