3D/4D seismic imaging is central to the exploration for, and the monitoring of, hydrocarbon reservoirs and CO2 sequestration projects on WA’s Northwest Shelf. The main imaging kernel involves modelling seismic waves through a 3D velocity model of the top 10km of Earth’s crust. Generating usable seismic images requires repeating this modelling 1000s of times, necessitating the use of HPC. A key challenge in 4D seismic monitoring is that the changes introduced by gas extraction/injection either can be very subtle (gas production) or extremely complex (CO2 sequestration). These require novel analysis methods capable of detecting small signals in, or handling strong complexity of, recorded seismic wavefields. We have developed a 4D imaging framework capable of handling these situations, which will result in more detailed maps of subsurface change that provide extra information for better operational decisions in gas extraction or CO2 sequestration projects.