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Improved approaches to long-term monitoring of decommissioned onshore gas wells
This research investigated options for long-term monitoring of well integrity in decommissioned onshore gas wells in the Northern Territory.
Issue 16, June 2022
Read about plans to unlock the seismic secrets of the Cannning Basin and cheer on our award winning stygofauna team
Research focus on onshore gas asset decommissioning
The CSIRO, Australia’s leading science agency, is working with community, government and industry to improve understanding about decommissioning processes for onshore coal seam gas and shale gas wells.
Invitation to join our community webcast
We're hosting a webcast to highlight research conducted over the past 10 years into the social and environmental impacts of onshore gas development in Australia.
About onshore gas in the NT
CSIRO has developed some resources for communities about onshore gas and its potential impacts in the Northern Territory
Digital twin predicts overland water flow
Hotter, wetter, and drier. Already a place of extreme environmental conditions, the Northern Territory faces further challenges in a changing climate.
Baseline seismic monitoring of the Canning Basin, WA
A brief overview of new GISERA research based on gathering and evaluating baseline seismic data in the Canning Basin
CSIRO’s GISERA launches new website
We have been working on a new-look website for CSIRO’s GISERA and it’s now live.
Canning Basin seismic array to deliver wealth of real time data
The subterranean secrets of the Canning Basin in Western Australia are about to be revealed with the establishment of a new, highly sensitive seismic monitoring system.
Award for CSIRO’s stygofauna research
Researchers from CSIRO, Australia’s leading science agency, Charles Darwin University and LaTrobe University have been recognised for revealing the dark and secret lives of stygofauna in the Northern Territory.
Toiling in the soil – why we love microbes
GISERA research shows soil microbial communities are the key component of bio-degradative processes and represent a primary pathway for chemical contaminants from onshore gas activities to be removed from the environment
Baseline knowledge of a region's biodiversity is essential for assessing the risk of any potential future development scenarios
Construction booms and traffic bottlenecks – mapping future transport
CSIRO’s GISERA used TraNSIT to analyse the transport impacts across a range of shale gas development scenarios for the Beetaloo Sub-basin
Energy career inspiration for students
CSIRO’s GISERA participated in the Energy Club WA Student Expo at Edith Cowan University. The expo aimed to inspire students and open their minds to career choices in STEM and, in particular, the energy sector.
Issue 15: December 2021
In this issue: Biodiversity matters, Why we love microbes, Mapping transport in the Top End and Energy Club WA Student Expo
Studying groundwater systems in the Canning Basin in Western Australia
This project reviewed existing knowledge about groundwater systems in the Canning Basin to develop a more complete understanding of geological and hydrogeological information.
Mapping future transport for improved planning and operation in the Northern Territory
Construction phases of onshore gas projects can impact regional road networks through increases in the type and number of vehicles along many roads.