Queensland’s unconventional petroleum potential

The Geological Survey of Queensland (GSQ) has also been conducted a regional assessment of the Toolebuc Formation in the Eromanga Basin to assess its shale oil or shale gas potential. January 2017 Department of Natural Resources and Mines Queensland’s unconventional petroleum potential Shale oil and gas, tight gas and coal seam gas

Unconventional petroleum resource evaluation in Queensland

The search for unconventional petroleum resources requires a shift in the way the petroleum potential of sedimentary basins is assessed. Gas in source rocks and tight reservoirs has largely been ignored in preference for traditional conventional gas plays. Recent developments in technology now allow for the extraction of gas trapped in low-permeability reservoirs. Assessments of the

Queensland's unconventional petroleum potential Datasets

Queensland's unconventional petroleum potential Information on Queensland's shale oil and gas, tight gas, and coal seam gas potential, including tables and map. Data and Resources

Activity stream Queensland's unconventional petroleum

Activity stream. dnrm-009 deleted the resource 2016 Queensland's unconventional petroleum potential from the dataset Queensland's unconventional petroleum potential over 3 years ago. dnrm-009 updated the resource 2016 Queensland's unconventional petroleum potential in the dataset Queensland's unconventional petroleum potential over 3 years ago. dnrm-008 updated the resource 2016 Queensland

Unconventional Petroleum Resources Geoscience Australia

Unconventional resources are natural resources which require greater than industry-standard levels of technology or investment to exploit. In the case of unconventional hydrocarbon resources, additional technology, energy and capital has to be applied to extract the gas or oil, replacing the natural action of the geological processes of the petroleum system.

Oil Shale Geoscience Australia

The unconventional shale oil resource can be transformed into liquid hydrocarbons by mining, crushing, heating, processing and refining, or by in situ heating, oil extraction and refining. One tonne of commercial grade oil shale may yield from about 100 to 200 litres (L) of oil, that is approximately a half to one barrel of shale oil per tonne

Is it oil shale or an unconventional petroleum resource

The Queensland Supreme Court was asked, by way of judicial review, to consider whether the decision to refuse a series of applications for exploration

Unconventional Oil & Gas Liz Allnutt Global law firm

Oct 06, 2015 The onshore petroleum regimes in Australia start from a fundamental position of treating unconventional gas resources in the same manner as conventional petroleum resources. In addition to the petroleum-specific legislation, there is other legislation that applies to petroleum exploration and production activities.

Unconventional Petroleum Resource an overview

Unconventional petroleum resources are classified from different perspectives based upon their attributes and characteristics and according to the reservoir rock type, oil and gas origin, source–reservoir–cap assemblage, and occurrence state (Table 2.5).For example, by reservoir rock type, they can be classified as tight sandstone oil and gas, shale oil and gas, CBM, carbonate fracture

Queensland's unconventional petroleum potential Datasets

Queensland's unconventional petroleum potential Information on Queensland's shale oil and gas, tight gas, and coal seam gas potential, including tables and map. Data and Resources

Unconventional petroleum resource evaluation in Queensland

Unconventional petroleum resource evaluation in Queensland . By Alison Troup, Melanie Fitzell, Sally Edwards, Owen Dixon and Gopalakrishnan Suraj. Cite . BibTex; Full citation Publisher: CSIRO Publishing. Year: 2013 Provided by: University of Queensland eSpace.

Unconventional Petroleum Resources Geoscience Australia

Unconventional resources are natural resources which require greater than industry-standard levels of technology or investment to exploit. In the case of unconventional hydrocarbon resources, additional technology, energy and capital has to be applied to extract the gas or oil, replacing the natural action of the geological processes of the petroleum system.

What is unconventional gas? CSIRO

Australia has vast resources of unconventional gas including coal seam gas, shale gas, and tight gas. The gas is found in complex geological systems and can be difficult to produce, requiring innovative technological solutions for extraction.

Code of Practice Department of Resources

In Queensland, petroleum and gas safety is regulated under the Petroleum and Gas (Production and Safety) Act 2004(P&G Act) with the main subordinate legislation relating to safety being the Petroleum conventional and unconventional resources (e.g. CSG, tight gas sands, shale gas). In practice, the

Oil Shale Geoscience Australia

The unconventional shale oil resource can be transformed into liquid hydrocarbons by mining, crushing, heating, processing and refining, or by in situ heating, oil extraction and refining. One tonne of commercial grade oil shale may yield from about 100 to 200 litres (L) of oil, that is approximately a half to one barrel of shale oil per tonne

Is it oil shale or an unconventional petroleum resource

The Queensland Supreme Court was asked, by way of judicial review, to consider whether the decision to refuse a series of applications for exploration

GasFields Commission Queensland

GasFields Commission Queensland’s ‘Gas Guide 2.0’ has been released. The release of Gas Guide 2.0 is another example of the Commission providing regional communities and landholders the information and support they need to make informed decisions when engaging with resource companies.

CSIRO PUBLISHING The APPEA Journal

She joined the Geological Survey of Queensland’s Energy Geosciences group in 2010 and has participated in the North West Queensland Minerals and Energy Province report and the Coastal Geothermal Energy Initiative drilling program. Alison is involved in the assessment of the unconventional petroleum resources in Queensland.

Unconventional oil Wikipedia

Unconventional oil is petroleum produced or extracted using techniques other than the conventional method ().Industry and governments across the globe are investing in unconventional oil sources due to the increasing scarcity of conventional oil reserves.Unconventional oil and gas have already made a dent in international energy linkages by reducing US energy import dependency.

Unconventional gas development in Australia: A critical

Nov 01, 2018 Prior to 2007, media reports about unconventional gas development primarily focused on the economic benefits of the industry. However, when a small number of rural residents living close to gas fields in Queensland’s Western Downs raised concerns about CSG (), media narratives became more complex (Mitchell and Angus, 2016).Starting off as isolated protests in Queensland in early

Unconventional Gas in Australia

unconventional reserves are easily the largest single source of natural gas in eastern Australia. Outside Queensland, unconventional gas production is in its infancy. Other jurisdictions have significant unconventional gas resources which could be developed to supply domestic users.

Unconventional Resource Potential of the Taroom Trough

3Obann Resources Ltd., Calgary, AB, Canada Abstract The Bowen-Surat Basin is a well-known petroleum province, with a long history of conventional oil and gas production, primarily from Mesozoic reservoirs. It contains two active petroleum systems which, in the area of ATP 840P within the Taroom Trough, contain condensate- and gas-mature source

(PDF) Unconventional Gas ResearchGate

water resources f rom unconventional shale gas development and hydraulic fract uring i n the United States . Environme ntal Scienc e & Technology,48( 15): 83 34–8348. doi: 10.102 1/es4051 1 8y .

Unconventional petroleum resource evaluation in Queensland

The University of Queensland's institutional repository, UQ eSpace, aims to create global visibility and accessibility of UQ’s scholarly research.

Unconventional Gas in Australia

unconventional reserves are easily the largest single source of natural gas in eastern Australia. Outside Queensland, unconventional gas production is in its infancy. Other jurisdictions have significant unconventional gas resources which could be developed to supply domestic users.

What is unconventional gas? CSIRO

Australia has vast resources of unconventional gas including coal seam gas, shale gas, and tight gas. The gas is found in complex geological systems and can be difficult to produce, requiring innovative technological solutions for extraction.

Unconventional gas development in Australia: A critical

Nov 01, 2018 Prior to 2007, media reports about unconventional gas development primarily focused on the economic benefits of the industry. However, when a small number of rural residents living close to gas fields in Queensland’s Western Downs raised concerns about CSG (), media narratives became more complex (Mitchell and Angus, 2016).Starting off as isolated protests in Queensland in early

Oil Shale Geoscience Australia

The unconventional shale oil resource can be transformed into liquid hydrocarbons by mining, crushing, heating, processing and refining, or by in situ heating, oil extraction and refining. One tonne of commercial grade oil shale may yield from about 100 to 200 litres (L) of oil, that is approximately a half to one barrel of shale oil per tonne

Unconventional Gas Facts: Jobs and Economy Lock the Gate

According to the Office of the Chief Economist, the three major unconventional gas projects in Queensland employed 16,000 people during their brief construction phase, They are also subject to the Petroleum Resource Rent Tax (PRRT), a profit-based primary resource tax. In addition, oil and gas companies are subject to corporate and other

Is it oil shale or an unconventional petroleum resource

The Queensland Supreme Court was asked, by way of judicial review, to consider whether the decision to refuse a series of applications for exploration

Unconventional Resource Potential of the Taroom Trough

3Obann Resources Ltd., Calgary, AB, Canada Abstract The Bowen-Surat Basin is a well-known petroleum province, with a long history of conventional oil and gas production, primarily from Mesozoic reservoirs. It contains two active petroleum systems which, in the area of ATP 840P within the Taroom Trough, contain condensate- and gas-mature source

Unconventional oil Wikipedia

Unconventional oil is petroleum produced or extracted using techniques other than the conventional method ().Industry and governments across the globe are investing in unconventional oil sources due to the increasing scarcity of conventional oil reserves.Unconventional oil and gas have already made a dent in international energy linkages by reducing US energy import dependency.

(PDF) Unconventional Gas ResearchGate

water resources f rom unconventional shale gas development and hydraulic fract uring i n the United States . Environme ntal Scienc e & Technology,48( 15): 83 34–8348. doi: 10.102 1/es4051 1 8y .

Introduction to unconventional resources

Unconventional resources. Oil and natural gas trapped in less permeable rocks is referred to as an unconventional resource because it cannot be explored, developed and produced by conventional processes. Shale gas is natural gas trapped in shale rock. Shale is an organically rich sedimentary rock formed of very fine-grained, or small, particles

[PDF] Unconventional Resource Potential of the Taroom

The Bowen-Surat Basin is a well-known petroleum province, with a long history of conventional oil and gas production, primarily from Mesozoic reservoirs. It contains two active petroleum systems which, in the area of ATP 840P within the Taroom Trough, contain condensateand gas-mature source rocks. The Blackwater Source system includes source rocks of the marine Back Creek Group, and coals and

Unconventional Oil & Gas Resource Evaluation of the

Unconventional Oil & Gas Resource Evaluation of the Woodford Shale in New Mexico by Vidya Sagar Bammidi Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (NMT) Department of Petroleum Engineering Socorro, New Mexico July 31, 2011

Regulating the Disposal of Produced Waters from

This chapter provides an overview of unconventional petroleum resources (UPR) in Australia, and the regulation of UPR exploration and production in Queensland, Western Australia, and South Australia.