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Southeast Asia Petroleum Exploration Society (SEAPEX)


Proceedings of the 2017 South East Asia Petroleum Exploration Society (SEAPEX) Conference, 2017
Page 9a

Abstract: Indonesia: Why East Java Should Still be in your Exploration Portfolio

Ian Longley,1 Chris Kenyon,2 Andy Livsey,3 Jeff Goodall4


The remaining exploration potential of the East Java Basin has been analysed in terms of 19 plays, based on a detailed Previous HitanalysisNext Hit of stratigraphic sequences in the basin. Migration limits from each of the main source rock sequences have been plotted by post-drill classification of wells at each Previous HitplayNext Hit level into dry valid tests, valid tests with oil or gas shows, or wells with proven oil. The results provide insight into the lateral and vertical migration limits from the mature sources, providing the explorer with a predictive tool for further exploration in this prolific basin. For each Previous HitplayNext Hit, reservoir presence and effectiveness and the presence or absence of top seal have also been analysed and detailed split-risk CRS maps based on results-constrained risking at the prospect and Previous HitplayNext Hit level have been produced for each of these elements. This Previous HitplayNext Hit-based approach has been augmented by statistical Previous HitanalysisTop of field and well metadata. The methodology, which is repeatable and applicable to other South East Asian Basins should lead to better predictive capabilities for success as the focus shifts to areas outside established fairways or to plays with significant stratigraphic trapping components.


Acknowledgments and Associated Footnotes

1 Ian Longley: GIS-PAX Pty Ltd;

2 Chris Kenyon: CSK Petroleum Consultants Ltd;

3 Andy Livsey: Horizon Geoconsulting Pte Ltd;

4 Jeff Goodall: MGPaleo Pty Ltd.

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