b'AEGC 2023Short abstractsInformation system articulated techno-economicrenewed interest in space exploration. Lithodat provides decision tree templatemanaging digital drillingthe infrastructure to visualise spatial data including points campaigns and prospect analytics. of interest and samples collected, along with corresponding geochemistry and analytic data. Lithodats experience and Shastri Nimmagadda1 Andrew Ochan1, Neel Mani2, Torstenmature technology on terrestrial data types allows the advance Reiners3 and Giwelli Ausama4 of data analytics and exploration tools on places such as the Moon or Mars.1 PAU, Entebbe, Uganda 2 CAIR, UttarakhandIn this project we apply our unique data platform to all 3 Curtin Universitygeochemical data that has been acquired by the Apollo lunar 4 Energy missions and have been published by NASA. After our team of subject matter experts cleaned and normalised this data it is In the entire life cycle of the exploratory drilling campaigns, thestored in our customised relational geochemistry data model. technical and financial documents, Geotechnical Order (GTO),Additional geochemistry data can easily be uploaded through and Authorisation for Expenditure (AFE) have a role in stakeholderour Extract Transform Load (ETL) pipeline and once the data is in and portfolio management, including investment opportunities.a relational context it enables the user to find, visualise, analyse Execution of GTO and AFE documents has challenges inand extract the data with ease.committing huge capital outlays that contribute to operational costs. Lack of operational awareness, manual documents,Special lunar overlays such as a global lunar geology map and disparate databases, including discrete accounting andor Fe or Ti concentration maps are accessible and help with reporting systems, make the upstream businesses challengingfuture planning and interpretation of analysed geochemical with shattered budgets. Other issues are intricate supply chains,signatures. Having geochemical analytical tools at your disengaged standards, rigid government regulations, politicalfingertips such as Rare Earth Elements (REE), Trace Elements or uncertainties, and inconsistent fiscal systems. The authorsTernary plots help increase the shared understanding of our investigate the existing inconsistent guidelines of exploratorydistant neighbours. Even though lunar exploration for minerals drilling campaigns, information barriers, uncertainties andis still in its infancy, LithoSpace can help users access the latest bottlenecks of implementing Joint Ventures (JV) under thetechnology and data science to assist them with the tentative Production Sharing Contract (PSC) with stakeholders. first steps.We design Information System (IS) articulated techno-economic decision tree template and its associated multidimensionalThe AusArray SA and Lake Eyre Basin seismic arrays: attribute journey modelling to integrate the technical andusing passive seismology to illuminate the lithosphere financial documents with exploration-business knowledge. High- in South Australia.speed computing, business information systems (BIS), cloud, and fog-computing services can be added tools for investments inJohn Paul ODonnell 1 Shubham Agrawal2, Caroline Eakin2, the oil and gas industry. Customer Relations Management andStephan Thiel3,4, Kate Brand3, Alexei Gorbatov5 and Bruce Enterprise Resources Planning extranets can be collaboratedGoleby6with the techno-economic framework and template. In addition, a multidimensional repository system with fine-grained data1 Geological Survey of Western Australia structures can attract the Exploration and Production (E & P)2 Australian National University portfolios. The techno-economic facts guided decision-tree3 Geological Survey of South Australia template can customise the exploratory drilling campaigns4 The University of Adelaide digitally and make realistic technical and financial decisions.5 Geoscience Australia The methodology can deliver timely, valuable and accurate6 OPM Consultinginformation to explorers, investors and managers involved in the E & P projects, including two-way communication and businessto Cratonic margins are recognised as a first-order control on business interactions. The decision tree template can be reusablemineralisation, with implications for prospectivity mapping and interoperable in multiple domains of the E & P industry. Theand ore genesis modelling. Passive seismology has been at techno-economic decision tree template is usable in various oilthe forefront of illuminating deep earth structure for decades. and gas finds, easing the stakeholder and portfolio management,In particular, the faster passage of seismic waves through including flexible GTO and AFE document structures. cold, depleted cratons relative to, say, Proterozoic fold belts or Phanerozoic lithosphere provides a means of delineating cratons in 3D. However, seismic data from preceding sparse LithoSpace - a geochemical data platform for extra- broadband arrays in South Australia are insufficient to terrestrial mineral exploration delineate the detailed lithospheric architecture needed for robust prospectivity mapping. The AusArray SA and Lake Wayne Noble 1 Fabian Kohlmann1, Romain Beucher2, MoritzEyre Basin seismic arrays were deployed from 2020-2022 Theile1, Cooper Colson1, Alejandra Bedoya Mejia3, Samueland 2018-2022, respectively, in South Australia. Jointly, the Boone4 and Malcolm McMillan4 arrays extend passive seismic station coverage at a nominal 1 Lithodat Pty Ltdspacing of 0.5 to the eastern margin of the Gawler Craton. 2 The Australian National UniversityWeve applied a variety of passive seismic techniques to the 3 The University of Adelaidecomposite array (surface wave tomography using ambient 4 University of Melbournenoise and earthquake data, receiver functions, shear wave splitting, seismicity mapping) to map the 3D structure of the The importance of spatial data on extra-terrestrial bodiescrust and upper mantle beneath the eastern-central Gawler such as the Moon, Mars and asteroids is increasing with theCraton and beyond.125 PREVIEW FEBRUARY 2023'