This project aimed to determine the feasibility of large scale re-injection schemes.

The outcomes include models that assess the feasibility of large re-injection schemes and predict how re-injection may reduce impacts from CSG development.

Reports and papers

Novel patch modelling method for efficient simulation and prediction uncertainty analysis of multi-scale groundwater flow and transport processes

This paper explores new modelling methods to analyse groundwater flow and transport processes.

Journal of Hydrology, April 2018.

CSG water injection impacts: Modelling, uncertainty and risk analysis PDF 8 MB

The final report of the study which used groundwater flow and transport modelling and uncertainty analysis to quantify the water quantity and quality impacts of a coal seam gas produced water injection scheme in the Surat Basin, Queensland.


Final report, March 2015.

Using predictive uncertainty analysis to optimise tracer test design and data acquisition

This paper details the investigation of a field-scale injection trial of coal seam gas co-produced water and establishes a monitoring strategy which provides greatest return on investment.

Journal of Hydrology, July 2014.

Project Progress

This project is now complete.

Project proposal PDF 194 KB

A detailed description of the project, budget and research milestones.

Project order, June 2012.

Progress report PDF 354 KB

The project outline, any variations and research progress.

Progress report, December 2014.

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