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Inversion Cas 1 Cas 2 Cas 2 Cas 2 Cas 2 Brew 1 Brew 1 Brew 1 Brck 1 Buc 1 Buc 1 Buc 1 EcSh 1 Gwy 1 Kal 1 Keel 1 NScRf 1 ScRf 1 ScRf 1 Yam 1 Yam 1 EXTENSION INVERSION EXTENSION THERMAL SUBSIDENCE Early Jurassic rifting event THERMAL SUBSIDENCE ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Tr Erosion Erosion ? BB 11 BB 10 ? ? ? ? ? Cz7 Cz6 Cz5 Cz4 Cz3 Cz2 Cz1 J10 J9 J8 J7 J6 J5 J4 J3 J2 J1 Tr6 Tr5 Tr4 Tr3 Tr2 Tr1 P7 P6 P5 P4 P3 P2 P1 Crb6 Crb5 Crb4 Crb3 Crb2 Crb1 D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 S3 S2 S1 O4 O3 O2 O1 Pal PRECAMBRIAN CALABRIAN PIACENZIAN ZANCLEAN MESSINIAN TORTONIAN SERRAVALLIAN LANGHIAN BURDIGALIAN AQUITANIAN CHATTIAN RUPELIAN PRIABONIAN BARTONIAN LUTETIAN YPRESIAN THANETIAN SELANDIAN DANIAN MAASTRICHTIAN CAMPANIAN SANTONIAN CONIACIAN TURONIAN CENOMANIAN ALBIAN APTIAN BARREMIAN HAUTERIVIAN VALANGINIAN BERRIASIAN TITHONIAN KIMMERIDGIAN OXFORDIAN CALLOVIAN BATHONIAN BAJOCIAN AALENIAN TOARCIAN PLIENSBACHIAN SINEMURIAN HETTANGIAN RHAETIAN NORIAN CARNIAN LADINIAN ANISIAN KAZANIAN UFIMIAN KUNGURIAN ARTINSKIAN SAKMARIAN ASSELIAN GZHELIAN KASIMOVIAN MOSCOVIAN BASHKIRIAN SERPUKHOVIAN BRIGANTIAN ASBIAN HOLKERIAN ARUNDIAN CHADIAN IVORIAN HASTARIAN FAMENNIAN FRASNIAN GIVETIAN EIFELIAN EMSIAN PRAGIAN LOCHKOVIAN Un-named LUDFORDIAN GORSTIAN HOMERIAN SHEINWOODIAN TELYCHIAN AERONIAN RHUDDANIAN BOLINDIAN EASTONIAN GISBORNIAN DARRIWILIAN YAPEENIAN CASTLEMAINIAN CHEWTONIAN BENDIGONIAN DATSONIAN PAYNTONIAN IVERIAN IDAMEAN MINDYALLAN UNDILLAN ’TOYONIAN’ TOMMOTIAN GRIESBACHIAN NAMMALIAN SPATHIAN SCYTHIAN MIDIAN DZHULFIAN DORASHAMIAN TATARIAN PLEISTOCENE PLIOCENE OLIGOCENE EOCENE PALEOCENE SILESIAN PENNSYLVANIAN NAMURIAN MISSISSIPPIAN DINANTIAN VISEAN PRIDOLI LUDLOW WENLOCK LLANDOVERY ASHGILL CARADOC ARENIG TREMADOC NEOPROTEROZOIC D10 LLANVIRN K11 K10 K9 K8 K7 K6 K5 K4 K3 K2 K1 LANCEFIELDIAN WARENDAN NEOPROTEROZOIC III L L L L E E E E STEPHAN- IAN WESTPHAL- IAN TOURNAIS- IAN CAMBRIAN ORDOVICIAN SILURIAN DEVONIAN PALAEOZOIC CARBONIFEROUS PERMIAN TRIASSIC JURASSIC MESOZOIC TERTIARY CRETACEOUS PALAEOGENE NEOGENE ORDIAN- EARLY TEMPLETONIAN Cmb3 Cmb4 Cmb5 Cmb6 Cmb1 MIDDLE MIDDLE MIDDLE MIDDLE M M LATE LATE LATE LATE EARLY EARLY EARLY EARLY LATE EARLY LATE EARLY LATE EARLY LATE EARLY Cmb2 BOOMERANGIAN ’BOTOMAN ATDABANIAN’ ’NEMAKIT DALDYNIAN’ PROTEROZOIC QUATERNARY LATE TEMPLETONIAN- FLORAN MIOCENE C1 C2A C3 C4 C5 C5B C5C C6 C6A C6C C8 C9 C10 C12 C13 C16 C17 C18 C19 C20 C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 C26 C27 C28 C29 C30 C31 C32 C33 C34n M1 M3 M5 M10N M11 M12 M14 M15 M16 M17 M19 M20 M21 M22 M23 Southern Spain S. Switzerland, N Italy New Jersey & New Mexico E. Spain, SW United States Arctic Stratotypes Salt Ranges, Pakistan Kiaman Long Reversed Polarity Chron Lower Donelzk hyperchron Western Australia Sayan (Rn) hyperchron Baikal (Nr) hyperchron Arga (R) hyperchron West Austrian Mixed Polarity ? Penn-New Brunswick- Nova Scotia Upper Donelzk hyperchron Siberia hyperchron NE Australia & NE China Siberia hyperchron Lena River Composite (Siberia) Northern Spain Southern Poland Normal polarity Reverse polarity Unconfirmed normal polarity Unconfimed reverse polarity Mixed polarity Magnetic polarity timescale after J.G. Ogg(1995), rescaled to AGSO timescale MAGNETIC POLARITY TIMESCALE KEY No data G.hannonicus Leveque Shelf Adele Shelf PETREL SUB-BASIN (Whittam et al, 1996) EVENTS Possible Ordovician salt XI X IX VIII VII V IV III II I S-R II S-R I Plover III Plover II Plover I .Tri IV .Tri III .Tri II .Tri I Collision Post-rift Syn-rift Pre-rift Barracouta Formation Oliver Formation Oliver Sand Member Cartier Formation Prion Formation Hibernia Formation Grebe Formation Johnson Formation Turnstone Formation Fenelon Formation Gibson Formation Woolaston Formation Jamieson Formation Darwin Formation Echuca Shoals Formation Flamingo Group Frigate Shale Laminaria/Elang Formation Plover Formation Nome Formation Challis Formation Pollard Formation Osprey Formation Sahul Group Mount Goodwin Formation Hyland Bay Formation Fossil Head Formation Keyling Formation Kuriyippi Formation Treachery Shale Point Spring Sandstone Tanmurra Formation Milligans Formation Bonaparte Formation Possible Devonian salt Possible Ordovician salt XI X IX VIII VII V IV III II I VII V IV III IIb IIa I Collision Post-rift regression Post-rift transgression ? Uplift of horst blocks Extension Initiation of Jurassic rifts Regional subsidence Inversion Thermal subsidence Extension Thermal subsidence Thermal subsidence Extension SKU ESw PUF ESw PUF,SKU SKU JAB,SKU JAB Mon ESw JAB Bil Oli Avo,ESw SKU Dil CHA,Tal Sah Fla Sun,Tro Rapid subsidence (Timor flexure) Initiation Fitzroy Movement (compression) Initiation of Westralian Superbasin ELA,Kak, LAM Avo,Swi, Ecl,Eid Swa Swa UND,BAY VULCAN SUB-BASIN LONDONDERRY HIGH SAHUL PLATFORM Unnamed Ordovician stratigraphic unit Possible Ordovician salt Bathurst Island Group Flamingo Group Troughton Group Kinmore Group Kulshill Group Weaber Group J I H G F E D C B A Erosion Erosion Inversion Local uplift Sag Sag Sag Sag ?Erosion Langfield Group Ningbing Group Cockatoo Group Mount Goodwin Formation Hyland Bay Formation Fossil Head Formation Keyling Formation Kuriyippi Formation Point Spring Sandstone Milligans Formation Zimmermann Sandstone Enga Sandstone Malita Formation Mount Goodwin Formation Fossil Head Formation Keyling Formation Kuriyippi Formation Point Spring Sandstone Milligans Formation Bonaparte Formation Possible Devonian salt Cape Londonderry Formation Hyland Bay Formation Bonaparte Beds Tern Peng1 Pearce Mbr Treachery Shale Turt 1,2 Turt 1,2 Turt 1 Barn 2 Turt 2 Bona2, KeRi 1, Weab1,2A Gara 1 Ning 1 Tanmurra Formation Utting Calcarenite Keep Inlet Formation Burvill Beds Tanmurra Formation Cecil Sandstone Kellys Knob Sst Ningbing Limestone (Reef Complex) Buttons Beds Burt Range Formation Septimus Limestone Wangarlu Formation Darwin Formation Wangarlu Formation Darwin Formation Sandpiper Sandstone Frigate Shale Plover Formation Quaternary-Tertiary undifferentiated ONSHORE OFFSHORE BASIN PHASES & MEGASEQ. EVENTS SEISMIC SEQUENCE Pander Greensand Clark Sandstone Pretlove Sandstone Hart Spring Sandstone Tarrarra Formation Antrim Plateau Volcanics Carlton Group Skewthorpe Formation Fossil Head Formation ? Keyling Formation Point Spring Sandstone Tanmurra Formation Kuriyippi Formation Milligans Formation Bonaparte Formation Possible Devonian salt Treachery Shale AGSO has tried to make the information in this product as accurate as possible. However, it does not guarantee that the information is totally accurate or complete. Therefore, you should not rely soley on this information when making a commercial decision. Haq et al, 1987 ? ? Barracouta Formation Oliver Formation Grebe Marl Barracouta Formation Oliver Formation Prion Formation Hibernia Formation Grebe Formation Johnson Formation Swan Formation Plover Formation Sahul Group Cartier Fm Hibernia Formation Johnson Formation Prion Formation Hibernia Beds Brown Gannet Formation Echuca Shoals Formation Benella Formation Pollard Formation Sahul Group Puffin/Prudhoe Formation Fenelon Formation Gibson Formation Woolaston Formation Vee Formation Echuca Shoals Formation Upper Vulcan Formation Lower Vulcan Formation Montara Formation PETREL A PETREL B PETREL C Nome Formation Challis Formation Pollard Formation Osprey Formation Mount Goodwin Formation Mount Goodwin Formation Barracouta Formation Oliver Formation Prion Formation Hibernia Formation Grebe Formation Borde/Prudhoe Formation Fenelon Formation Gibson Formation Woolaston Formation Bathurst Island Group Darwin/ Echuca Shoals Formation Johnson/Basset Formation Oliver Sand Member Hyland Bay Formation Oliver Sand Member Upper Vulcan Formation Sahul Group Pollard Formation Osprey Formation Woodbine Beds Upper Jamieson Formation ? Lower Jamieson Formation Upper Jamieson Formation Ashmore Volcanics Slow subsidence "Gascoyne Breakup" "Argo Breakup" Slow subsidence "Fitzroy Movement" Initial compression Rapid subsidence Onset of glaciation Rapid Subsidence Local uplift & erosion Rapid subsidence Rapid subsidence Upper crustal extension Major uplift & erosion Initiation of Petrel extension ("Pillara") ?Compression ("Prices Creek Movement") Subsidence of protobasin Basin initiation Late Miocene Compression Minor Extension Early Jurassic intra-rift event Top of main rift Top of early rift Onset of rifting The zonations are plotted directly into MicroStation 95 design files, using a macrolanguage interface linked to STRATDAT. This approach gives great flexibility in layout, ease of correction and accurate translation from the database to the printed product. S.R. Schutter & J.R. Laurie unpublished Further information about this chart and related products can be obtained from either Dr George C.H. Chaproniere or Dr Robert S. Nicoll. Phone (02 or 61-2) 6249 9111 or e-mail [email protected] or [email protected] The zonations presented here are from the STRATDAT Oracle database, which was developed by Dr Clinton Foster, Lynton Spencer and Bruce Wyatt under the auspices of the Australian Petroleum Systems Project, managed by Dr John Bradshaw. STRATDAT is maintained by the AGSO Phanerozoic Timescales Calibration and Development Project Team. C Commonwealth of Australia 1998 NORTH WEST SHELF STRATIGRAPHIC PANORAMA - B AGE (Ma BP) ERA SYSTEM STAGE TIME SLICE MAGNETIC POLARITY SUBSYSTEM SUBPERIOD SERIES EPOCH AGE (Ma BP) SEALEVEL CURVE 200 m 100 m 0 m HYDRO- CARBONS SEISMIC HORIZONS BASIN PHASE HYDRO- CARBONS ASHMORE PLATFORM (Mory 1988, 1991 Pattillo & Nichols, 1990) HYDRO- CARBONS SEQ (Oil &Gas 96) SEQ (Pattillo & Nichols 1990) MEGASEQ (Pattillo & Nichols 1990) SEQ (Robinson 1994) MEGASEQ (Whittam 1996) HYDRO- CARBONS ?Erosion/condensed section ?Uplift/erosion Tern Mbr Cape Hay Mbr Dombey Mbr Oliver Sand Member Initiation of Petrel extension Ragged Range Cgl Westwood Mbr Border Creek Mbr 0 200 km Money Shoal Graben Timor Trough PETREL SUB-BASIN Ashmore Platform Browse Basin Sahul Syncline Vulcan Sub-basin Londonderry High TIMOR Kimberley Block 16° 126° 132° Darwin Fitzroy Mobile Zone Malita Graben Sahul Platform 12° 124° 125° 126° 11° INDON AUST ASHMORE PLATFORM LONDONDERRY HIGH VULCAN Paqualin Graben Cartier Trough Swan Graben Tamar Arch Sahul Syncline Keppler 1 Avocet 2 Rambler 1 Oliver 1 Octavius 1,2 Jabiru field Challis field E. Swan 1/2 Skua field Montara 1 Tahbilk 1 Keeling 1 Warb 1 SUB - BASIN 13° 0 50 km BROWSE BASIN 12° Yampi Shelf Western Australia Scott Plateau NORTH WEST SHELF PANORAMA Browse Basin - Northern Bonaparte Basin - Petrel Sub-basin. Stratigraphic Panorama, Chart 8b, 1998 AGSO North West Shelf Project. "Argo Break-Up" Un-named Formation Un-named Formation Lower Jamieson Fm WaCk Turt 2, Barn 2 Petr, Fish 1 ? Gas-prone source rock Oil-prone source rock Oil & gas-prone source rock Possible source rock Gas Gas show Gas condensate Oil seep Gas seep Oil & gas seep Oil & gas Oil Oil show Oil & gas show Onshore Offshore Group Projected Gas CO 2 Gwy - Gwydion Avo - Avocet Bel - Belu Bon - Bonaparte Bil - Bilyara Bay - Bayi Bnt - Barnett Cas1 - Caswell 1 Cas2 - Caswell 2 Cha - Challis Brc - Brecknock Brw - Brewster Buc - Buccaneer Dil - Dillon EcSh - Echuca Shoals Ecl - Eclipse ESh - Evans Shoals Ela - ESw - East Swan Fla - Flathead Gou - Goul Gar - Garimala Ara - Fis - Fishburn Lyn - Lyne Jab - Jabiru Kak - Kakatua Lam - Lambert Nin - Ningbing Oli - Oliver NSc - North Scott Reef Pet - Petrel Pen - Pengana Puf - Puffin Sah - Swa - Swan Swi - Swift Sun - Sunfish Tas - Tasman Tal - Talbot Trn - Tern Tro - Troubador Tur - Turtle WCr - Wagon Creek Wea - Weaber Und - Undan KRi - Keep River Lyn - Lyne Kee - Keeling Kal - Kalyptea Yam - Yampi SRf - Scott Reef Eid - Capitals (eg. BLI) = major field

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Page 1: NORTH WEST SHELF STRATIGRAPHIC PANORAMA - B · BB 22 BB 21 BB 20 BB 19 BB 18 BB 17 BB 16 BB 15 BB 14 BB 13 BB 12C BB 12B BB 12A BB 9 BB 8 BB 7 BB 6 BB 5 BB 4 BB 3 BB 2 BB 1 Tlmio

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BROWSE BASIN

AUSTRALIA

NORTHERN BONAPARTE BASIN

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SEQUENCE EVENTS

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BB 21

BB 20

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BB 16

BB 15

BB 14

BB 13

BB 12C

BB 12B

BB 12A

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BB 8

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Tlmio

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Tolig

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Tpal

Tbase

Klcamp

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Ktur

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Kapt

Kbar

Kval

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Inversion

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Brck 1

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Buc 1

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Gwy 1

Kal 1

Keel 1

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EXTENSION

INVERSION

EXTENSION

THERMAL SUBSIDENCE

Early Jurassicrifting event

THERMAL SUBSIDENCE

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CALABRIANPIACENZIANZANCLEANMESSINIAN

TORTONIAN

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LANGHIAN

BURDIGALIAN

AQUITANIAN

CHATTIAN

RUPELIAN

PRIABONIAN

BARTONIAN

LUTETIAN

YPRESIAN

THANETIAN

SELANDIAN

DANIAN

MAASTRICHTIAN

CAMPANIAN

SANTONIAN

CONIACIANTURONIAN

CENOMANIAN

ALBIAN

APTIAN

BARREMIAN

HAUTERIVIAN

VALANGINIAN

BERRIASIAN

TITHONIAN

KIMMERIDGIAN

OXFORDIAN

CALLOVIAN

BATHONIAN

BAJOCIAN

AALENIAN

TOARCIAN

PLIENSBACHIAN

SINEMURIAN

HETTANGIAN

RHAETIAN

NORIAN

CARNIAN

LADINIAN

ANISIAN

KAZANIAN

UFIMIAN

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ARTINSKIAN

SAKMARIAN

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MOSCOVIAN

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EMSIAN

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LOCHKOVIAN

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Magnetic polarity timescale after J.G. Ogg(1995), rescaled to AGSO timescale

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AdeleShelf

PETREL SUB-BASIN

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Possible Ordovician salt

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Oliver Formation

Oliver Sand Member

Cartier Formation

Prion Formation

Hibernia Formation

Grebe Formation

Johnson Formation

Turnstone Formation

Fenelon Formation

Gibson Formation

Woolaston Formation

Jamieson Formation

Darwin Formation

Echuca Shoals Formation

Flamingo Group

Frigate Shale

Laminaria/Elang Formation

Plover Formation

Nome Formation

Challis Formation

Pollard Formation

Osprey Formation

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Hyland Bay Formation

Fossil Head Formation

Keyling Formation

Kuriyippi Formation

Treachery Shale

Point Spring Sandstone

Tanmurra Formation

Milligans Formation

Bonaparte Formation

Possible Devonian salt

Possible Ordovician salt

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V

IV

III

II

I

VII

V

IV

III

IIb

IIa

I

Collision

Post-rift regression

Post-rift transgression

? Uplift of horst blocks

Extension

Initiation of Jurassic rifts

Regional subsidence

Inversion

Thermal subsidence

Extension

Thermal subsidence

Thermal subsidence

Extension

SKU

ESw

PUF

ESw

PUF,SKU

SKU

JAB,SKU

JABMon

ESwJAB

Bil

Oli

Avo,ESw

SKU

Dil

CHA,Tal

Sah

Fla

Sun,Tro

Rapid subsidence(Timor flexure)

Initiation Fitzroy Movement (compression)

Initiation of Westralian Superbasin

ELA,Kak,LAM

Avo,Swi,Ecl,Eid

Swa

Swa

UND,BAY

VULCANSUB-BASIN

LONDONDERRYHIGH

SAHULPLATFORM

Unnamed Ordovician stratigraphic unit

Possible Ordovician salt

Bath

urst

Isla

nd G

roup

Flam

ingo

Gro

upTr

ough

ton

Gro

upKi

nmor

e G

roup

Kuls

hill

Gro

upW

eabe

r Gro

up

J

I

H

G

F

E

D

C

B

A

Erosion

Erosion

Inversion

Local uplift

Sag

Sag

Sag

Sag

?Erosion

Langfield Group

Ningbing Group

Cockatoo Group

Mount Goodwin Formation

Hyland Bay Formation

Fossil Head Formation

Keyling Formation

Kuriyippi Formation

Point Spring Sandstone

Milligans Formation

Zimmermann Sandstone

Enga Sandstone

Malita Formation

Mount Goodwin Formation

Fossil Head Formation

Keyling Formation

Kuriyippi Formation

Point Spring Sandstone

Milligans Formation

Bonaparte Formation

Possible Devonian salt

Cape Londonderry Formation

Hyla

nd B

ay F

orm

atio

n

Bona

parte

Bed

s

Tern

Peng1Pearce Mbr

Treachery Shale

Turt 1,2

Turt 1,2

Turt 1

Barn 2

Turt 2

Bona2, KeRi 1,Weab1,2A

Gara 1

Ning 1

Tanmurra Formation

Utting Calcarenite

Keep Inlet Formation

Burvill Beds

Tanmurra Formation

Cecil Sandstone

Kellys Knob Sst

Ningbing Limestone (Reef Complex)

Buttons Beds

Burt Range Formation

Septimus Limestone

Wangarlu Formation

Darwin Formation

Wangarlu Formation

Darwin Formation

Sandpiper Sandstone

Frigate Shale

Plover Formation

Quaternary-Tertiaryundifferentiated

ONSHORE OFFSHORE

BA

SIN

PH

AS

ES

&M

EG

AS

EQ

.

EVENTS

SE

ISM

IC S

EQ

UE

NC

E

Pander Greensand

Clark Sandstone

Pretlove Sandstone

Hart Spring Sandstone

Tarrarra Formation

Antrim Plateau Volcanics

Carlt

on G

roup

Skewthorpe Formation

Fossil Head Formation

?

Keyling Formation

Point Spring Sandstone

Tanmurra Formation

Kuriyippi Formation

Milligans Formation

Bonaparte Formation

Possible Devonian salt

Treachery Shale

AGSO has tried to make the information in this product as accurateas possible. However, it does not guarantee that the information istotally accurate or complete. Therefore, you should not rely soleyon this information when making a commercial decision.

Haq et al, 1987

?

?

Barracouta Formation

Oliver Formation

Grebe Marl

Barracouta Formation

Oliver Formation

Prion Formation

Hibernia Formation

Grebe Formation

Johnson Formation

Swan

For

mat

ion

Plover Formation

Sahu

l Gro

up

Carti

er F

m

HiberniaFormation

JohnsonFormation

PrionFormation

Hibe

rnia

Bed

s

Brown GannetFormation

Echuca ShoalsFormation

BenellaFormation

PollardFormation

Sahu

l Gro

up

Puffin/PrudhoeFormation

FenelonFormation

GibsonFormation

WoolastonFormation

Vee

Form

atio

n

Echuca ShoalsFormation

Upper VulcanFormation

Lower VulcanFormation

MontaraFormation

PETR

EL A

PETR

EL B

PETR

EL C

NomeFormation

ChallisFormation

PollardFormation

OspreyFormation

Mount GoodwinFormation

Mount GoodwinFormation

Barracouta Formation

Oliver Formation

Prion Formation

Hibernia Formation

Grebe Formation

Borde/PrudhoeFormation

FenelonFormation

GibsonFormation

WoolastonFormation

Bath

urst

Isla

nd G

roup

Darwin/Echuca Shoals

Formation

Johnson/BassetFormation

Oliver Sand Member

Hyland Bay Formation

Oliver Sand Member

Upper Vulcan Formation

Sahu

l Gro

upPollardFormation

OspreyFormation

Woo

dbin

e Be

ds

Upper Jamieson Formation?

Lower Jamieson Formation

Upper JamiesonFormation

AshmoreVolcanics

Slowsubsidence

"GascoyneBreakup"

"ArgoBreakup"

Slowsubsidence

"FitzroyMovement"

Initialcompression

Rapidsubsidence

Onset ofglaciation

RapidSubsidence

Local uplift &erosion

Rapidsubsidence

Rapidsubsidence

Upper crustalextension

Major uplift &erosion

Initiation ofPetrel

extension("Pillara")

?Compression ("Prices Creek

Movement")

Subsidenceof

protobasin

Basininitiation

LateMiocene

Compression

MinorExtension

EarlyJurassicintra-rift

event

Top ofmain rift

Top ofearly rift

Onset ofrifting

The zonations are plotted directly into MicroStation 95 design files, using a macrolanguage interface linked to STRATDAT. This approach gives great flexibility in layout, ease of correction and accurate translation from the database to the printed product.

S.R. Schutter & J.R. Laurieunpublished

Further information about this chart and related products can be obtained from eitherDr George C.H. Chaproniere or Dr Robert S. Nicoll. Phone (02 or 61-2) 6249 9111 or e-mail [email protected] or [email protected]

The zonations presented here are from the STRATDAT Oracle database, which was developed byDr Clinton Foster, Lynton Spencer and Bruce Wyatt under the auspices of the Australian Petroleum Systems Project, managed by Dr John Bradshaw. STRATDAT is maintained by the AGSO Phanerozoic Timescales Calibration and Development Project Team.

C Commonwealth of Australia 1998

NORTH WEST SHELF STRATIGRAPHIC PANORAMA - BA

GE

(Ma

BP

)

ER

A

SY

ST

EM

STAGE

TIM

E S

LIC

E

MAGNETIC POLARITY

SUBSYSTEMSUBPERIOD

SERIESEPOCH

AG

E(M

a B

P)

SEALEVEL CURVE

200 m 100 m 0 m

HY

DR

O-

CA

RB

ON

S

SE

ISM

ICH

OR

IZO

NS

BASIN PHASE

HY

DR

O-

CA

RB

ON

S

ASHMOREPLATFORM

(Mory 1988, 1991 Pattillo& Nichols, 1990)

HY

DR

O-

CA

RB

ON

S

SE

Q(O

il &

Gas

96)

SE

Q(P

atti

llo &

Nic

ho

ls 1

990)

ME

GA

SE

Q(P

atti

llo &

Nic

ho

ls 1

990)

SE

Q(R

ob

inso

n 1

994)

ME

GA

SE

Q(W

hit

tam

199

6)

HY

DR

O-

CA

RB

ON

S

?Erosion/condensed section

?Uplift/erosion

Tern Mbr

Cape Hay Mbr

Dombey Mbr

Oliver Sand Member

Initiation of Petrel extension

Ragged Range

Cgl

Westwood Mbr

Border Creek Mbr

0 200 km

MoneyShoalGraben

Timor Trough

PETRELSUB-BASIN

Ashmore

Platform

BrowseBasin

Sahul S

yncline

Vul

can

Sub

-bas

in

Lond

onde

rry H

igh

TIMOR

KimberleyBlock

16°126° 132°

Darwin

FitzroyMobileZone

Malita GrabenSahul

Platform

12°

124° 125° 126°

11°

INDON

AUST

ASHMOREPLATFORM

LONDONDERRYHIGH

VULC

AN

Paqu

alin

Gra

ben

Car

tier

Tro

ugh

Swan G

rabe

n

Tam

arArc

h

Sahul Syncline

Keppler 1

Avocet 2

Rambler 1Oliver 1

Octavius 1,2

Jabiru field

Challisfield

E. Swan 1/2

Skua field

Montara 1

Tahbilk 1

Keeling 1

Warb 1

SUB

- B

ASI

N

13°0 50 kmBROWSEBASIN

12°YampiShelf

WesternAustralia

ScottPlateau

NORTH WEST SHELF PANORAMABrowse Basin - Northern Bonaparte Basin - Petrel Sub-basin.

Stratigraphic Panorama, Chart 8b, 1998AGSO North West Shelf Project.

"ArgoBreak-Up"

Un-namedFormation

Un-namedFormation

Lower Jamieson Fm

WaCk

Turt 2,Barn 2

Petr,Fish 1

?

Gas-prone source rock

Oil-prone source rock

Oil & gas-prone source rock

Possible source rock

Gas

Gas show

Gas condensate

Oil seep

Gas seep

Oil & gas seep

Oil & gas

Oil

Oil show

Oil & gas show

Onshore

Offshore

Group

Projected

Gas CO2

Gwy - Gwydion

Avo - Avocet

Bel - Belu

Bon - Bonaparte

Bil - Bilyara

Bay - Bayi

Bnt - Barnett

Cas1 - Caswell 1

Cas2 - Caswell 2

Cha - Challis

Brc - Brecknock

Brw - Brewster

Buc - Buccaneer

Dil - Dillon

EcSh - Echuca Shoals

Ecl - Eclipse

ESh - Evans Shoals

Ela -

ESw - East Swan

Fla - Flathead

Gou - Goul

Gar - Garimala

Ara - Fis - Fishburn

Lyn - Lyne

Jab - Jabiru

Kak - Kakatua

Lam - Lambert

Nin - Ningbing

Oli - Oliver

NSc - North Scott Reef

Pet - Petrel

Pen - Pengana

Puf - Puffin

Sah -

Swa - Swan

Swi - Swift

Sun - Sunfish

Tas - Tasman

Tal - Talbot

Trn - Tern

Tro - Troubador

Tur - Turtle

WCr - Wagon Creek

Wea - Weaber

Und - Undan

KRi - Keep River

Lyn - Lyne

Kee - Keeling

Kal - Kalyptea

Yam - YampiSRf - Scott Reef

Eid -

Capitals (eg. BLI) = major field