Shale Gas Potential Evaluation of Goldwyer and Laurel Formations, Canning Basin, WA.
El Khalgi, Muftah Muammer
Prof. Reza Rezaee
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The Middle Ordovician Goldwyer Formation is known to be the richest organic shale in the Canning Basin. This dissertation identifies the favourable stratigraphic intervals of the Goldwyer shales for the purpose of future petroleum exploration and shale gas development. An integrated study of the key geological, geochemical and petrophysical characteristics is comprehensively studied and the results were used for map generation and 3D modelling of the most potential sweet spots in the Canning Basin.
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