MGPalaeo’s AUSTRALIS™ geological database provides the most up-to-date interpretation of geological data that exists, covering more than 2000 wells across the North West Shelf using one consistent zonation scheme.
MGPalaeo has an extensive range of reviewed data available from the Vulcan Sub-basin. Contact us via Email ([email protected]) or Phone (08 9249 4628) and let us know how we can help improve your geological models.
In addition to the reviewed palynology available for 146 wells, we also have a multi-client core study covering 1.6 kilometres of core from 63 wells spanning an area from Crux 1 in the South-West to Ludmilla 1 in the North-East.
All cored intervals were reviewed and photographed during which core condition, cored intervals and brief observations of the core were recorded. Existing palynological data over the cored intervals has also been reviewed and refined, and supplemented by analysis of new core samples.
Data available from the AUSTRALIS geological database
Total wells within the Vulcan sub-basin: 183
– with palynology: 146 (all revised and updated to MGP 2014)
– with high resolution palynological events (for key lithostratigraphic intervals): 41
– with micropalaeontology: 82
– with lithostratigraphy: 181
– with sequence stratigraphic picks: 178
– with wireline logs: 154
– with checkshot surveys: 114
– with deviation data: 143
– with core: 57
– with geochemistry: 72
– with RTF: 38
All well data is currently available in simple data file format (i.e., .dat, .txt, .csv, .las), which can be easily imported into many software programs such as ODM/IC, Petrel, Kingdom, etc.
Contact us to discuss your requirements.
Vulcan Sub-basin Core Workshop
In late August 2018, MGPalaeo ran multiple Vulcan Sub-basin core workshops covering key stratigraphic intervals from the Late Cretaceous Puffin Fm to the Middle – Late Triassic Pollard Fm.
A great variation of depositional environments were examined during the first two days covering the Puffin Fm to Lower Vulcan Fm, whilst the older part of the stratigraphy (Elang to Pollard fms) was covered as a single day workshop immediately following.