Procedures and metadata protocols used in modelling Taranaki Basin petroleum systems : guidelines from a pilot case study in the Kupe area

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Roncaglia, L.; Milner, M.; Baur, J.R.; Fohrmann, M.; Kroeger, K.F.; Strogen, D.P.; Zhu, H.; Arnot, M.J.; Bland, K.J.; Bushe, H.; Funnell, R.H.; Ilg, B.R.; Hill, M.G.; Jones, C.M.; King, P.R.; Leitner, B.; Morgans, H.E.G.; Reid, E. 2010 Procedures and metadata protocols used in modelling Taranaki Basin petroleum systems : guidelines from a pilot case study in the Kupe area. Lower Hutt, N.Z.: GNS Science. GNS Science report 2009/49 70 p.

Abstract: This report describes the workflow, procedures and new naming convention used in a multidisciplinary integrated project to map the subsurface structure, stratigraphy and petroleum generation history of the Kupe area, in the south-eastern part of the Taranaki Basin, New Zealand. The project is undertaken as a pilot study of the 4D Taranaki project to establish methods and protocols for creating a new generation of interactive digital maps of the entire Taranaki Basin for application in petroleum exploration. The ultimate aim is to model and visualise basin evolution and petroleum accumulation by depth, area and through geological time (4D). (auth/DG)