Wednesday 4 September

0730 – 1800

AEGC 2019 Conference Registration Desk Open

0730 – 0830

Arrival tea and coffee amongst the exhibition

0730 – 1800

AEGC 2019 Exhibition Open

Stratigraphy and Sedimentology Permian

Experimental and Digital RP

CO2 Monitoring and Modelling 1

WABS Regional and Historical

Mineral Case Studies: Geology – III – Base Metals

Groundwater and Near Surface I

Regional Targeting Studies Using Machine Learning

Regional Potential Field Studies

High School Student Day

Room

Astral 1

Astral 2

Astral 3

Crown 1

Crown 2

Crown 3A

Crown 3B

Crown 3C

Botanical 2 & 3

0830-0855

Sea level controls on buried geomorphology within the Swan River Estuary during the Late Quaternary

Giada Bufarale

Curtin University

Paper 187

Keynote:

Complete gas-brine imbibition relative permeability curves increase confidence in gas field performance

Ben Clennell

CSIRO

Paper 332

Keynote:

CCS in Australia: Activities and Lessons Learned

Linda Stalker

CSIRO

Keynote Paper

New observations on paired end Permian impacts craters in the Bedout Sub-basin, offshore Western Australia: relevance to local prospectivity and global plate tectonics

Dariusz Jablonski

Finder Energy

Century Zn deposit – the world’s largest meteorite impacted orebody

Finbarr Murphy

Fractore Pty Ltd

Paper 64

Backing up the AEM – unravelling a palaeovalley fill for groundwater exploration in the APY Lands

Carmen Krapf

Geological Survey of South Australia

Paper 239

Keynote:

Exploration Research for Australia’s future mineral production

Sandy Occhipinti

CSIRO

Utilising potential field modelling to better inform on the 3D structural architecture in regions of excellent structural control

Robin Armit

Monash University

Paper 161

An important and continuing focus of the AEGC2019 is to foster student and young professional participation and showcase the geoscience community. Two days of interactive presentations, career insight talks, and guided exhibition tours, will be run concurrently with the AEGC2019 proceedings – High school students will be hosted on Wednesday the 4th of September, and tertiary students on Thursday the 5th of September.

High school students will have a guided tour of the exhibition, see the latest in exploration technologies, and have an opportunity to interact with established geoscientists. Two scheduled information sessions will cover an introduction to geoscience and provide a variety of career insights.

0855-0920

Internal Architectural Analysis of Mass Transport Deposits to Unravel Deepwater Dispersal Fairways; A Novel Approach to an Old Challenge

Roland Dashti

QTEQ

Paper 203

Litho-structural Controls on Mineralisation at the Pillara Carbonate-hosted Zn-Pb Deposit, Lennard Shelf District, Western Australia

Dennis Arne

Telemark Geosciences

Paper 84

Mapping the hydrostratigraphy and groundwater salinity of the Ord Bonaparte plains from AEM and NMR data

Kok Piang Tan

Geoscience Australia

Paper 313

Mapping IOCG-related Alteration using 3D Gravity and Magnetic Inversion: An example from the Tennant Creek – Mount Isa region, northern Australia

James Goodwin

Geoscience Australia

Paper 214

0920-0945

Are stromatolites in the northern Perth Basin following the End Permian mass extinction?

Liam Olden

Curtin University

Paper 314

The sample boundary effect in the low-frequency measurements of the elastic moduli of rocks

Vassily Mikhaltsevitch

Curtin University

Paper 193

In-Situ Laboratory for CO2 Controlled-Release Experiments and Monitoring in a Fault Zone in Western Australia

Ludovic Ricard

CSIRO

Paper 354

Permo-Triassic hydrocarbon source potential of the NWS: new insights from regional palaeogeographical analyses and source kitchen modelling

Jarrad Grahame

CGG

Hydrothermal dolomite distribution in the Emanuel Range as a constraint on timing of fault movement during mineralisation on the Lennard Shelf, Western Australia

Dennis Arne

Telemark Geosciences

Paper 140

A series of confusing measurements in the search for water

Chris Wijns

First Quantum Minerals

Paper 204

Integrating a Minerals Systems Approach with Machine Learning: A Case Study of ‘Modern Minerals Exploration’ in the Mt Woods Inlier – northern Gawler Craton, South Australia

Mark Rieuwers

SRK Consulting

Paper 301

Magnetic and gravity source models of the Gairdner Dolerites

Philip Heath

Geological Survey of South Australia

Paper 227

0945-1010

Formation of Very Thick Permian Coal Seams, Cooper Basin, Australia

Gregory Smith

Curtin University

Paper 363

Ultrasonic wave velocities measurements and seismic anisotropy at Karari gold deposit: Implications for gold exploration

Andre Souza

Curtin University

Paper 132

Transforming an abandoned well into a permanent downhole receiver array: Harvey-3 case study

Evgenii Sidenko

Curtin University

Paper 168

The Forgotten Story of Australia’s First offshore Wells – Princess Royal Harbour, Albany, 1906.

Don Poynton

Nova – Bollinger Ni – Cu Sulfide Ore Deposits, Fraser Zone, Western Australia: Petrology of the Host Intrusions, Sulfide-silicate Textures and Emplacement Mechanisms of the Ores

Valentina Taranovic

CSIRO – Mineral Resources

Paper 202

AEM, Seismic and Power-lines: A hydrogeological case study in Peel, Western Australia

Andrew Pethick

Curtin University

Paper 300

Orogenic gold prospectivity mapping using machine learning.

Mike McMillan

Computational Geosciences Inc

Paper 143

Mapping Sub-Volcanic Geology Using Magnetic Data

Stephen Markham

Archimedes Consulting

Paper 352

1010- 1040

MORNING TEA Grand Ballroom

1010 – 1040

ASEG History Committee Meeting, Studio Two, Level 2
ASEG Conference Advisory Meeting,
The Studio, Level 2

Petrophysics and Borehole Technologies

Experimental and Digital RP II

CO2 Southwest Hub Case Study

WABS Geophysics and Tectonics

Mineral Case Studies: Geochemistry I – Applications

Groundwater and Near Surface II

Artificial Intelligence in Minerals Exploration

Regional Geophysical Surveys

High School Student Day

Room

Astral 1

Astral 2

Astral 3

Crown 1

Crown 2

Crown 3A

Crown 3B

Crown 3C

Botanical 2 & 3

1040-1105

Quantified Detection of Carbonate Cementation in Sandstones using Standard Wireline Log Data

Mark Bunch

University of Adelaide

Paper 328

Investigating rock micro-structure of sandstones by pattern recognition on their X-ray images

Ankita Singh

UNSW Sydney

Paper 308

The South West Hub: Carbon Storage in the Lesueur Formation in the South West of Western Australia

Deidre Brooks

Geological Survey of Western Australia

Paper 397

Reviving an old Buffalo – breathing new life into an old dataset with modern technology

Roisin McGee

Carnarvon Petroleum, DUG

Keynote:

The geological characteristics, geochemical signature and geophysical

expression of porphyry copper-(gold) deposits in the circum-Pacific region

Steve Garwin

Steven L Garwin Pty Ltd

Keynote Paper

Keynote:

Whiskey is for drinking, water is for fighting

Michael Hatch

Flinders University,
University of Adelaide

Using machine learning to interpret 3D airborne electromagnetic inversions.

Mike McMillan

Computational Geosciences Inc

Paper 96

Geological insights of Northern Australia’s AusAEM airborne EM survey

Yusen Ley-Cooper

Geoscience Australia

Paper 312

An important and continuing focus of the AEGC2019 is to foster student and young professional participation and showcase the geoscience community. Two days of interactive presentations, career insight talks, and guided exhibition tours, will be run concurrently with the AEGC2019 proceedings – High school students will be hosted on Wednesday the 4th of September, and tertiary students on Thursday the 5th of September.

High school students will have a guided tour of the exhibition, see the latest in exploration technologies, and have an opportunity to interact with established geoscientists. Two scheduled information sessions will cover an introduction to geoscience and provide a variety of career insights.

1105-1130

Recent advances on the inversion of deep directional borehole resistivity measurements

Vladimir Puzyrev

Curtin University

Paper 155

Rock Physics for Multiscale, Multiphysics Data Assimilation from molecular to laboratory scale

Klaus Regenauer-Lieb

UNSW

Paper 346

Time Lapse In-Hole Electrical Resistivity Surveying during a Shallow Release of CO2 Gas: Harvey Western Australia

Brett Harris

Curtin University

Paper 316

Tectonic, geodynamic and surface process driving forces of Australia’s topography since the Jurassic

Carmen Braz

University of Sydney

Artificial Intelligence Techniques to the Interpretation of Geophysical Measurements

Desmond FitzGerald

Intrepid Geophysics

Paper 121

Regional Airborne Gravity Surveys in Western Australia: Considerations for the End User

Martin Bates

Sander Geophysics

Paper 94

1130-1155

What You Need to Know to Drill a High Pressure, High Temperature Well.

Jonathan Slade

Woodside

Paper 189

X-ray Computerized Tomography for fracture and facies characterization and slab orientation in cores stored within aluminium tubes

Lionel Esteban

CSIRO

Paper 387

Reservoir flow modelling to constrain CO2 plume- fault interaction. South West Hub Carbon Capture and Storage Project, WA.

Laurent Langhi

CSIRO

Paper 70

Analysis of intraplate earthquake dynamics on the North West Shelf, Australia: new strike-slip focal mechanisms

Victoria Holloway

University of Western Australia

The role of geochemistry in understanding mineral systems

Carl Brauhart

CSA Global

Paper 18

A practical approach used to quantify and qualify effective clean-up strategy

Robert Woods

Water Corporation

Paper 261

An AI approach to automated magnetic formation mapping beneath cover

David Pratt

Tensor Research

Paper 122

Collaborating on pre-competitive geophysical projects in the Northern Territory, Australia

Tania Dhu

Northern Territory Geological Survey

Paper 274

1155-1220

3D Inversion of Electromagnetic Logging-While-Drilling Data

David Marchant

Computational Geosciences Inc

Paper 233

Subsurface characterisation for future CCS applications using uncommon 3D surface and borehole seismic survey geometries at Harvey, Western Australia

Sasha Ziramov

Curtin University

Paper 331

Tectonostratigraphy and structure of the southern Perth Basin

Charmaine Thomas

Geological Survey of Western Australia

Application of multi-element geochemistry in the weathered environment: Controls, considerations and implications for exploration

Fiona Best

South32

Paper 374

Groundwater applications of towed TEM in diverse geology at farm scale.

David Allen

Groundwater Imaging Pty Ltd

Paper 148

Efficient borehole targeting for ground-control of airborne electromagnetic (AEM) survey results

Yusen Ley-Cooper

Geoscience Australia

Paper 226

Supporting data-driven exploration in NSW

Keith Gates

Geological Survey of New South Wales

Paper 391

1220-1320

LUNCH Grand Ballroom

1220 – 1320

ASEG Technical Standards Meeting, Studio Two, Level 2 (Invitation Only)
ASEG-SAGA Meeting, The Studio, Level 2 (Invitation Only)

1320-1340

Poster Sessions Meeting Rooms 1 - 4

Maximising Value From Existing Data

RP and Machine Learning

DAS and VSP Imaging Part 1

WABS Canning

Mineral Case Studies: Geochemistry II – Applications and Signatures

Groundwater and Near Surface III

Mineral Case Studies: Industrial and Strategic Minerals – I

Regional Mineral Exploration Under Cover I

High School Student Day

Room

Astral 1

Astral 2

Astral 3

Crown 1

Crown 2

Crown 3A

Crown 3B

Crown 3C

Botanical 2 & 3

1340-1405

Adapting Agile Workflows to Accelerate Geoscience Study Results

Lendyn Philip

Woodside Energy Ltd

Paper 165

Facies classification with different machine learning algorithm – An efficient artificial intelligence technique for improved classification

Partha Pratim Mandal

Curtin University

Paper 22

DAS seismic monitoring of the shallow CO2 controlled-release experiment at the South West Hub In-situ Laboratory

Konstantin Tertyshnikov

Curtin University

Paper 38

Hydrocarbon and helium prospectivity of the Amadeus and Murraba basins, Western Australia

Peter Haines

Geological Survey of Western Australia

Using Zircon Geochemistry to Map Alteration in the Gawler Craton, South Australia

Adrienne Brotodewo

Future Industries Institute/University of South Australia

Paper 149

Geophysics used to help find good quality groundwater in the Vientiane Plain, Lao PDR

Michael Hatch

Flinders University

Paper 361

Keynote:

Geophysics of Industrial Minerals and Specialty Minerals

David Turvey

Equant Resources

Keynote:

Twenty years of pre-competitive geoscience data in the Capricorn Orogen: the link between mineral systems and crustal evolution

Simon Johnson

Geological Survey of Western Australia

Keynote Paper

High school students will have a guided tour of the exhibition, see the latest in exploration technologies, and have an opportunity to interact with established geoscientists. Two scheduled information sessions will cover an introduction to geoscience and provide a variety of career insights.

1405-1430

Faster play-based exploration, Petrel Sub-basin, Australia

Laura Phillips

Woodside Energy Ltd

Paper 173

Log Dependent Approach To Predict Reservoir Facies and Permeability In A Complicated Shaly Sand Reservoir

Rahman Elkhateeb

Curtin University of Technology

Paper 33

Subsurface seismic imaging using drill bit noise

Mehdi Asgharzadeh

Curtin University

Paper 106

Placing key casing points using wellsite chemostratigraphy in the Ungani Field, Canning Basin, Western Australia

Anne Forbes

Chemostrat

Mineralization signatures of the magnetite-dominant Acropolis prospect, Olympic Dam IOCG district, South Australia

Marija Dmitrijeva

The University of Adelaide

Paper 180

Realtime analysis and well planning using wireline logs in a hydrogeological context

Benjamin Birt

QTEQ

Paper 238

1430-1455

Maximising value from seismic using new data and information management technologies

Jess Kozman

Woodside Energy Ltd

Paper 237

Identification of Deep Coal Seam Families using Machine Learning

Tauqir Moughal

CSIRO

Paper 119

Resolving Structural Uncertainty using DAS VSP Survey in Central Australia

Konstantin Galybin

Schlumberger Australia Pty Ltd

Paper 248

Seismic interpretation of salt occurrences in the southern Canning Basin, Western Australia

Alex Zhan

Geological Survey of Western Australia

Indicator minerals for magmatic sulfide mineralisation

Louise Schoneveld

CSIRO

Paper 230

Determining petrophysical and hydrogeological parameters from historical bore logs for the Leederville-Parmelia aquifer, northern Perth Basin, using regression methods

Olga Filiptsova

Department of Water and Environmental Regulation

Paper 252

Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalum Project: Deposit geology and new constraints on rare-metal pegmatite genesis

John Holmes

Pilbara Minerals Limited

Paper 182

Strategic electromagnetic geophysical prospecting across a belt – an example over the Albany Fraser Orogen

Andrew Fitzpatrick

Independence Group

Paper 215

1455-1520

Colour Amplifies Relief Shading

Peter Kovesi

Centre for Exploration Targeting, University of Western Australia

Paper 178

Using Machine Learning to Predict Total Organic Content – Case Study: Canning Basin, Western Australia.

Russell Menezes

RadixGeo

Paper 381

Anisotropy analysis from 3D VSP surveys acquired at Otway site

Sofya Popik

Curtin University

Paper 259

Paleozoic to Triassic continental scale sediment provenance of the Canning, officer and Northern Carnarvon Basins, Western Australia

Sara Moron

University of Melbourne

Old Data, Changed Times, New Resource? A Case Study. Barrytown New Zealand, Ilmenite Garnet Gold Zircon

Graham Lee

Graham Lee & Associates Pty Ltd

Paper 67

The Discovery and Geology of Sinclair, Australia’s first Caesium Deposit.

David Crook

Pioneer Resources Limited

Paper 88

The Geological Survey of NSW’s approach to the MinEx Cooperative Research Centre’s National Drilling Initiative

Astrid Carlton

Geological Survey of NSW

Paper 307

1520-1550

AFTERNOON TEA Grand Ballroom

1520 - 1550

ASEG Near Surface Meeting, Studio Two, Level 2 (Invitation Only)

Maximising Value From Existing Data II

Use of RP for seismic Interpretation and Basin Modelling

CO2 Monitoring and Modelling

Petroleum Exploration and Dev Case Studies

Mineral Case Studies: Geochemistry III – Cross Disciplinary

Mineral Case Studies: Geophysics - Electrical Methods

Mineral Case Studies and New Technologies: Industrial and Strategic Minerals – II

Regional Mineral Exploration – Under Cover II

Room

Astral 1

Astral 2

Astral 3

Crown 1

Crown 2

Crown 3A

Crown 3B

Crown 3C

Chair

1550-1615

The Mineral Systems Atlas — delivering greater value from precompetitive geoscience data

Sidy Morin-Ka

Geological Survey of Western Australia

Paper 357

Statistical Rock Physics Analysis and Modelling in The Browse Basin

Shuichi Desaki

INPEX

Paper 60

Assessment of the permanent seismic sources for borehole seismic monitoring applications: CO2CRC Otway Project

Sinem Yavuz

Curtin University

Paper 299

Keynote:

The Gorgon, Jansz, and Wheatstone/Iago Field Developments

Neil Young

Chevron Australia

Integrating hyperspectral and radiometric remote sensing, spatial topographic analysis and surface geochemistry to assist mineral exploration

Alicia Caruso

The University of Adelaide

Paper 117

Delineating cobalt targets using galvanic and inductive source Sub-Audio Magnetics (SAM) at the Carlow Castle project Western Australia

Daniel Eremenco

Gap Geophysics Australia

Paper 76

Characterising Lithium Host Minerals within the Lateritic Duricrust, Greenbushes, Western Australia

Sophie Vuleta

CSIRO

Paper 221

Which anomaly should I drill? Using spatial statistics to inform exploration in covered IOCG terranes.

Laszlo Katona

Department for Energy and Mining

Paper 183

1615-1640

Petrophysical “Big Data” – case study from the Stavely Project, western Victoria

Phil Skladzien

Geological Survey of Victoria

Paper 198

A Geological Pressure Model for the Browse Basin and the southern Vulcan Sub-Basin, NWS Australia

Shi-Yuan Toh

Ikon Science

Paper 34

Pore-scale study of fluids flow and fluid-fluid interactions during near-miscible CO2 EOR and storage in oil reservoirs

Mojtaba Seyyedi

CSIRO

Paper 120

A multi-disciplinary approach for defining nickel and gold mineral systems; Halls Creek Orogen, Western Australia

Fariba Kohanpour

The University of Western Australia

Paper 51

Co-operative inversion of geoelectrical data sets acquired from different electrode arrays

Duy Thong Kieu

Hanoi University of Mining and Geology

Paper 236

Rapid field identification of LCT pegmatite mineralogy: Application of portable Raman spectroscopy

Sophie Perring

Portable Spectral Services

Paper 164

Application of Audio-Magnetotelluric Method to Cover Thickness Estimation for Drill Site Targeting

Wenping Jiang

Geoscience Australia

Paper 191

1640-1705

Discovering and Using Geophysical Data in the 21st Century

Alex Ip

Geoscience Australia

Paper 336

Assessing mineral composition and permeability of a shale seal

Marina Pervukhina

CSIRO

Paper 322

Feasibility of the quantitative time-lapse seismic characterisation of a heterogeneous CO2 injection

Roman Isaenkov

Lomonosov Moscow State University

Paper 341

The geology of the Brecknock, Calliance and Torosa gas fields, Browse Basin, Western Australia

Robert Seggie

Woodside Energy Ltd

Paper 19

New insights on chimney growth model and native gold enrichment in modern seafloor hydrothermal chimneys

Siyu Hu

CSIRO

Paper 59

The Discovery of the Bumblebee and Grapple Mineralisation and Impacts on Exploration at the Lake Mackay Project

Mike Whitford

Independence Group

Paper 270

Application of micro-XRF to characterise diamond drill-core from lithium-caesium-tantalum pegmatites

Naomi Potter

Portable Spectral Services

Paper 279

Biochemical and mechanical dispersion mechanisms of Au and As in areas covered by Permian glacial sediments and aeolian sand

Walid Salama

CSIRO

Paper 61

1705-1725

Legacy Data – Hidden Opportunity

Keith Reeves

L & T Technology Services

Paper 392

The Road to Dorado: Factors Leading to a Play-Opening Hydrocarbon Discovery

Frederick Wehr

Wehr Advisory Pty Ltd

Paper 208

Access to geological structures, density, minerals and textures through novel combination of 3D tomography, XRF and sample weight

Mikael Bergqvist

Orexplore AB

Paper 286

Frequency and Current Analysis of Non-Linear Electrical Effects in Mineralised Rocks

Alan Oertel

Fender Geophysics

Paper 390

The Butcherbird High Purity Manganese Project

Justin Brown

Element 25 Limited

Paper 389

Geochemical dispersion processes in deep cover and neotectonics in Coompana, Nullarbor plain, South Australia

Ignacio González-Álvarez

CSIRO

Paper 98

1730 – 1830

HAPPY HOUR Grand Ballroom

1730 – 1830

ASEG State Branches Meeting, Studio Two, Level 2 (Invitation Only)

1830 – 2200

AEGC 2019 Conference Dinner Astral Ballroom, Crown Perth