The Jurassic-Cretaceous Bight Basin is a large extensional, passive margin basin that extends along the southern margin of Australia, straddling the border of WA and SA. The basin underlies the continental shelf and slope, including two broad bathymetric terraces, in water depths ranging from less than 200 to over 4000 metres. The largest sedimentary depocentre, in excess of 15km thick, is the Ceduna Sub-basin. The Ceduna Sub-basin has a potentially prospective Early to Late Cretaceous sedimentary succession (fluviatile, deltaic and marginal marine to marine sediments). The presence of thick deltaic units and indications of active petroleum systems are analogous to the highly prolific Niger delta on the west coast of Africa but the Bight Basin remains one of the largest and least explored passive margins in the world.

PGS are presenting an interactive Webinar presentation showcasing our latest GeoStreamer MC3D survey, Springboard MC3D. We will cover the acquisition and our geologically driven PSDM processing workflows, some prospectivity highlights for the 8 001 sq. km MultiClient 3D survey, and the seamless merge with the adjacent BP Ceduna survey to create the final 20 000 sq. km MC PSDM volume.

Title Presenters Date    Start   Duration

Insights and Prospectivity into the Ceduna Sub-basin

Jennifer Greenhaulgh:
Principal Geologist

Rick Irving: Geophysical Project Manager                 

13 Oct 2016           

16:30 AWST


30 min

Registration is mandatory in order to participate in this event.

If you are unable to view the live Webinar due to your local time difference, a recording will be made available for all registered participants.

Learn from our Reservoir and MultiClient seismic experts during the event.
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