SALTWORK CONSULTANTS PTY LTD

Expertise in saline geosystems

Consulting, data access and training

Saltworks offers professional expertise across saline geosystems and carbonate reservoirs, consultancy services, online courses, skills transfer and in-house training, as well as access to commercial and client-focused databases. All our services focus on the economic aspects of evaporite sediments and carbonate reservoirs. We work successfully with oil companies and mining companies across all aspects of surface and subsurface geology, reservoir characterisation, brine evolution, core study, seismic interpretation, site and project evaluation.

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Training

Acquire practical skills and knowledge for explorers focused on the economic products of evaporite and saline brine interactions.

We provide remote (online), in-house, and field-based workshop options that can be tailored to a specific commodity. You can access sample videos through the online options button below."

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Consultancy

Saltworks provides geo-consultancy services related to evaporite deposits for the petroleum and minerals industries.

We have a strong track record of delivering quality, reliable, and client-focused services. Our satisfied past clients include BHP Billiton, BHP Petroleum, Chevron, Exxon, Statoil, Santos, MMG, Nexen, Fortescue Metasls and many others

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Database

The SaltWork database version 1.9 is available for purchase as a modular GIS compilation.

This database contains digital basin polygons (in the form of shapefiles) and point plots of the world's evaporites, such as halite, anhydrite, potash, oil, gas, and base and precious metal geodata. In addition, each entry includes a detailed literature base.

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Information

In-house expertise across a range of saline geosystems topics is free from the geosystems and subsurface skills web pages.

There are also news updates, newsletters, and monthly articles published in the Salty Matters blog. We also offer you a sampling of a larger saline knowledge base held in the SaltWork databases

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