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2010Variation of vertical stress in the Carnarvon Basin, NW Shelf, AustraliaKing, R.; Neubauer, M.; Hillis, R.; Reynolds, S.
2009Southeast Asian stress map: Implications for petroleum exploration and productionTingay, M.; Morley, C.; King, R.; Hillis, R.; Coblentz, D.
2009Signature of cryptic sedimentary basin inversion revealed by shale compaction data in the Irish Sea, western British IslesHolford, S.; Turner, J.; Green, P.; Hillis, R.
2002Building geomechanical models for the safe underground storage of carbon dioxide in porous rockStreit, J.; Hillis, R.; International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (6th : 2002 : Kyoto, Japan)
2011Carbon dioxide storage leads of the eastern Gippsland Basin, Australia - Terminology, seal and structure considerations in trap integrity assessmentsSayers, J.; Daniel, R.; Hillis, R.; Spencer, L.; International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT) (19 Sep 2010 - 23 Sep 2010 : Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
2007Basement controls on fault development in the Penola Trough, Otway Basin, and implications for fault-bounded hydrocarbon trapsLyon, P.; Boult, P.; Hillis, R.; Bierbrauer, K.
2010Impacts of neogene-recent compressional deformation and uplift on hydrocarbon prospectivity of the passive southern Australian marginHolford, S.; Hillis, R.; Duddy, I.; Green, P.; Tuitt, A.; Stoker, M.
2012Quantifying Neogene plate-boundary controlled uplift and deformation of the southern Australian marginTassone, D.; Holford, S.; Hillis, R.; Tuitt, A.
2012Reassessing the in-situ stress regimes of Australia's petroleum basinsKing, R.; Holford, S.; Hillis, R.; Tuitt, A.; Swierczek, E.; Backe, G.; Tassone, D.; Tingay, M.
2010Geomechanical analysis of the Naylor Field, Otway Basin, Australia: Implications for CO₂ injection and storageVidal-Gilbert, S.; Tenthorey, E.; Dewhurst, D.; Ennis-King, J.; Van Ruth, P.; Hillis, R.