Petroleum geoscience: Strontium isotope stratigraphy
CSIRO’s carbonate geology and regional stratigraphy group has capabilities in strontium isotope stratigraphy, a high resolution chronostratigraphic tool to facilitate the discovery of petroleum reservoirs. (2 pages)
The SHARC consortium: a proposal
Industry participation is being sought in a joint industry project aimed at improving the understanding of shale behaviour. (20 pages)
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Perth geoscientist, Richard Mazzucchelli, whose frontier research directly contributed to successful exploration programs for nickel, gold and copper, is the winner of the inaugural Butt Smith Medal.
Compact gas-liquid separation system
This brochure describes the development of new technologies for compact gas-liquid separator for downhole and subsea gas production for cost effectively commercialising these assets. (2 pages)
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A team from CSIRO Exploration & Mining has won the national finals of the Enterprise Development Institute of Australia Enterprise Workshop Program.
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The historic announcement of a new seafloor minerals initiative by Mining Company Placer Dome after it reached an agreement with Nautilus Minerals on its PNG tenements, is the next logical step in a chain of events that began with a mammoth research effort over almost 20 years by CSIRO Exploration & Mining.
Petroleum geoscience: Hydrodynamics
CSIRO’s capabilities in petroleum hydrogeology are applied to industry challenges including fault and top seal capacity for oil, gas and CO2 hydrocarbon migration, depletion studies, geological storage of CO2, submarine groundwater discharge and geothermal energy. (2 pages)
PressureDB™ database statistics
PressureDB™ is the only formation pressure database of it's kind in Australia. Download information on the wells and data in the database. (34 pages)
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A team of Australian materials engineers has won the prestigious UK Institute of Materials Minerals & Mining, Guy Bengough Award (2004), for their outstanding contribution to the subject of corrosion.
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Three leading research institutions and Australia's largest publicly listed oil and gas company have signed an agreement to foster the creation of a world-class energy research centre based in Perth.
Case Study of the Carson CCS Project
This 29-page report is one of a series of case study reports undertaken as part of an international comparison of communication and engagement practices surrounding carbon dioxide capture and storage projects.
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A team of CSIRO and BHPBIO scientists has been awarded a major environmental award - the WA Department of Industry and Resources' Golden Gecko Award - for developing a new method for measuring the extent of iron ore dust from mines and other industrial sites.
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Does the Yilgarn Craton, the 500,000 square kilometres of desert encircling Kalgoorlie, host a 100 million tonne copper-zinc deposit? CSIRO Exploration and Mining is forming a team of crack scientists that brings together a new range of disciplines and technologies, to provide the answer.
Potential of geothermal energy in Australia
Australia has vast untapped geothermal energy resources. This report, commissioned for the Garnaut Climate Change Review 2011 Update, provides an overview of the current status of geothermal energy technology in Australia and opportunities for innovation to lead to lower costs of energy production from this resource (28 pages).
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Space-age technologies developed by CSIRO and Murdoch University are being used to monitor Aboriginal rock art on Western Australia's Burrup Peninsula for signs of damage which could be caused by industrial emissions.
Maine's Power project fact sheet
In a major step towards becoming a green community, commercial energy users in Victoria’s Castlemaine district have begun work on an innovative project to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
earthmatters magazine: issue 21
The November/December edition of CSIRO Exploration and Mining’s earthmatters magazine looks at how advances in high-performance computing are helping to improve, and even revolutionise the way CSIRO solves problems in the resources industry. (20 pages)