Land and infrastructure
Research about land and infrastructure aims to identify planning opportunities, collect baseline data and manage any adverse impacts upon land potentially affected by gas development.
Understanding the integrity of Queensland’s coal seam gas wells: Cements, steels and microbial activity
This fact sheet describes a CSIRO research project designed to bring together information on materials used in cements and casings in coal seam gas (CSG) wells along with microbial activity that may impact CSG well integrity.
Investigating Beetaloo Sub-basin shale formations to improve long-term integrity of decommissioned gas wells
This project will assess the ability of shale formations in the Beetaloo Sub-basin to self-seal or ‘creep’ over time after gas well decommissioning, creating a natural barrier to movements of hydrocarbon fluids.
The more you look, the more you’ll find – measuring seismic activity in WA
Some facts on improvements in seismic monitoring and what this means for measuring seismic activity before and after industrial activities
Analysing seismic activity in the Beetaloo Sub-basin
This fact sheet summarises CSIRO research project activities analysing seismic activity in the Beetaloo Sub-basin in the Northern Territory.