- Bioregional Assessment Program
- Cooper subregion
- 1.2 Resource assessment for the Cooper subregion
- About this technical product
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 A composite unconventional gas system is a hydrocarbon resource characterised by multiple potential reservoir types within the gas saturated zone. For example, it may be a stacked shale gas and coal seam gas resource.
 Lost gas: gas content calculated using time the sample desorbed before being placed into the test canister, and the rate of desorption during the testing period
 Measurable gas: gas content measured during the test period
 Residual gas: gas content measured following crushing the sample following desorption testing, or calculated using desorption results
 Strike Energy Limited reported the prospective resource as 8.2 to 21.5 trillion cubic feet (Tcf), which has been converted to PJ using the conversion factor of 1.0845 PJ/Bcf, which is the conversion factor for SA and NSW gas used in Geoscience Australia and BREE (2012).
 Strike Energy Limited reported the 2C resource estimate as 155.4 billion cubic feet (Bcf), which has been converted to PJ using the conversion factor of 1.0845 PJ/Bcf, which is the conversion factor for SA and NSW gas used in Geoscience Australia and BREE (2012)
 Strike Energy Limited reported the prospective resource as 6.8 trillion cubic feet (Tcf), which has been converted to PJ using the conversion factor of 1.0845 PJ/Bcf, which is the conversion factor for SA and NSW gas used in Geoscience Australia and BREE (2012)
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- 1.2.1 Available coal and coal seam gas resources
- 1.2.2 Current activity and tenements
- 1.2.3 Proposals and exploration
- 1.2.4 Catalogue of potential resource developments
- Appendix A Coal and coal seam gas resource and reserve classification schemes and coal classifications
- Contributors to the Technical Programme
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