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Understanding hydrocarbon-bearing reservoirs and their critical factors for deep water exploration in the Tarakan basin, North East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Proc. Indon Petrol. Assoc., 33rd Ann. Conv.
The deep offshore portion Tarakan Basin is relatively under-explored. Only a few wells have been drilled that resulted in 3 hydrocarbon discoveries. The basin has been filled by a large deltaic and associated deep marine systems that began to develop during the Paleogene with extension and rifting, followed by Neogene subsidence and accumulation of up to 10000 meters of deltaic to deep-marine sediment. Well logs, cores, 2D and 3D seismic and biostratigraphic data have been used to reconstructdoi:10.29118/ipa.2405.09.g.155 fatcat:wgfbyvdv3fh55isttn5rvpwdfy