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Petroleum Geology of Indonesia : Current Knowledge

Regular HAGI Course
Bali, 7 – 11 December 2009
1. INTRODUCTION
by : Awang Harun Satyana
Petroleum Geology of Indonesia : Current Knowledge
Regular HAGI Course
Bali, 7 – 11 December 2009
Context
• Petroleum geology is the application of geology to the
exploration for and production of oil and gas (Selley, 1985)
• Petroleum geology of Indonesia : discusses the geology of
Indonesia, the sedimentary basins of Indonesia, their all
aspects important for oil and gas occurrences, exploration and
production.
Petroleum Geology of Indonesia : Current Knowledge
Regular HAGI Course
Bali, 7 – 11 December 2009
Objectives
• To make you familiar with the overall geology of Indonesia
• To acquaint you with the petroleum geology of Indonesia
• To introduce you with some details of the basins in Indonesia
• To enhance your ability to do a work of regional geology
• To make you aware on the current status of EP in Indonesia
• To enjoy it all !
Principle of Analogue Basins
• SE Asian basins share a common tectonic history and
consequently display similar stratigraphic patterns, trap styles
and hydrocarbon charge systems.
• The arbitrary political divisions and local stratigraphic
nomenclature schemes tend to mask the geological simplicity
of the region.
• With a better understanding of the regional geology, plays and
exploration concepts established in one basin should be
applicable in less explored basins in the region.
Day 1
1. Introduction
2. Petroleum Industry History
3. Regional Tectonics
4. Regional Stratigraphy
5. Sedimentary Basins of Indonesia
6. Western Indonesia
Day 2
7. Sumatra
8. Java
9. Kalimantan
Basic schedule :
•08.00 -10.00 am : lecture
•10.00 -10.15 am : break
•10.15 -12.00 am : lecture
•12.00 -13.00 pm : lunch
•13.00 -14.30 pm : lecture
•14.30 -14.45 pm : break
•14.45 -16.00 pm : lecture
Petroleum Geology of Indonesia : Current Knowledge
Regular HAGI Course
Bali, 7 – 11 December 2009
Day 3
10. Natuna
11. Eastern Indonesia
12. Makassar Strait
13. Sulawesi
14. Lesser Sunda
Day 4
15. Timor-Tanimbar-Seram
16. Halmahera
17. Papua
18. Arafura Sea
Petroleum Geology of Indonesia : Current Knowledge
Regular HAGI Course
Bali, 7 – 11 December 2009
Basic schedule :
•08.00 -10.00 am : lecture
•10.00 -10.15 am : break
•10.15 -12.00 am : lecture
•12.00 -13.00 pm : lunch
•13.00 -14.30 pm : lecture
•14.30 -14.45 pm : break
•14.45 -16.00 pm : lecture
Day 5
19. Regional Petroleum Systems and Plays
20. Current EP Status, Challenges, Opportunity
Exercises and case studies will be discussed during the courses.
Petroleum Geology of Indonesia : Current Knowledge
Regular HAGI Course
Bali, 7 – 11 December 2009
Basic schedule :
•08.00 -10.00 am : lecture
•10.00 -10.15 am : break
•10.15 -12.00 am : lecture
•12.00 am : end of course
Awang Harun Satyana
Place & Date of Birth
Bandung, 24 September 1964
Last Formal Education
S1 (eq. Bachelor Degree), Geology Dept., University of  Padjadjaran, Bandung (1983‐1989)
Job History
1990‐1995 : Exploration Geologist, PERTAMINA Kalimantan & Sulawesi Area
1996‐1997 : Exploration Geologist, Barito Basin Trend Team PERTAMINA EP
1997‐2000 : Sr. Geologist, JOB PERTAMINA‐Santa Fe Salawati, West Papua
2000‐2002 : Sr. Regional Geologist, PERTAMINA Management of Production Sharing
2002‐2005 : Head of Geology, South Sumatra‐Java Region, BPMIGAS
2005‐2009 : Head of Geology, Kalimantan & Eastern Indonesia Region, BPMIGAS
2009‐now  : Sr. Manager Geology, Exploration Division, BPMIGAS
Professional Organization
IAGI (Indonesian Association of Geologists)
IPA (Indonesian Petroleum Association)
HAGI (Indonesian Association of Geophysicists)
AAPG (American Association of Petroleum Geologists)
GSA (Geological Society of America)
Publications
174 publications (61 papers for international and national conferences, 29 articles for journals, 6 chapters for books, 39
invited presentations and keynote talks, 26 guest lectures for universities, schools, governmental institutions, and 13 course 
manuals for professionals)
Awards
2001 : The best paper – PERTAMINA EP paper contest
2002 : “Lasut Award” ‐ awarded  by  IAGI for the best research paper of the year
2003 : The second best poster IPA
2007 : The best paper IAGI 
2008 : “HAGI Award” ‐ with commendation : “ for the great contribution and dedication to geosciences”
2009 :  The good performance BPMIGAS employee
Others
2005‐2007 : Associate Editor of the AAPG Bulletin
2004‐now  : Evaluator  Team of  the Directorate General of Oil and Gas for new Petroleum and CBM Working Areas
1999‐now  : Have written more than 400 short scientific articles covering various topics for internet mailing lists discussion
Professional CV (status : 30 November 2009)
aharun@bpmigas.com, awangsatyana@yahoo.com
+62 812 1056 320
Introduce Your Background
• History (education, job experience)
• What you are working now ?
• Why did you enroll in this course, your
expectation/s ?
Indonesia : Some Sources of Geological Knowledge
• van Bemmelen (1949) : The Geology of Indonesia
• Hamilton (1979) : Tectonics of the Indonesian Region
• Katili (1986) : Geotectonics of Indonesia : a Modern View
• Hutchison (1989) : Geological Evolution of SE Asia
• Hall and Blundell – eds. (1996) : Tectonic Evolution of SE Asia
• Pertamina BPPKA & PSCs : Petroleum Geology of Indonesian Basins
• Fraser, Matthews, and Murphy – eds. (1997) : Petroleum Geology of SE
Asia
• Darman and Sidi – eds. (2000) : An Outline of the Geology of Indonesia
• Netherwood (2000) : A Geological Overview of Indonesia (Schlumberger)
• Pusat Survey Geologi (2005) : Geological Atlas of Indonesia
• Proceedings of Annual Convention of IPA, IAGI, HAGI
• Papers in Journals (Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, AAPG,
Tectonophysics, etc.)
• Published and unpublished works of Governmental Institutions,
Companies, etc.