Crustal Structures of the Eastern Sundaland’s Rifts, Central Indonesia: Geophysical Constraints and Petroleum Implications

Halo! This is a note about a paper presented in International Geosciences Conference and Exposition in Bali almost 3 years ago. This paper highlights the origin of crustal structures of Eastern Sundaland. Based on evaluation of available seismic, gravity, and magnetic data, the author proposed tectonic interpretation of the areas and the implications for petroleum accumulation. […]

Tectonics, Stratigraphy and Geochemistry of the Makassar Straits: Recent Updates from Exploring Offshore West Sulawesi, Opportunities and Risks

This is a review paper on the tectonics, stratigraphy  and geochemistry of West Sulawesi Offshore, Indonesia. This paper is presented at the 36th IPA meeting. The increase of exploration activity in West Sulawesi Offshore has enhanced our understanding but, it cannot instantly build a thorough knowledge of the petroleum geology of the area. There have […]

Welcome to our blog

Hi all! Welcome to our blog, Tektonesiana. The name of Tektonesiana is derived from the word tectonics and Indonesia. Tektonesiana represents our ‘passion’ on tectonics of Indonesia. We, Indonesian geologists who share the same interest, use this blog to post articles that represent our works. These articles have been presented in scientific meetings. Some of […]

Central Java, Indonesia – a “Terra Incognita” in Petroleum Exploration: New Considerations on the Tectonic Evolution and Petroleum Implications

This is a title of an article that has been presented at the IPA Annual Convention and Exhibition 2007. This article reviews the tectonics of Central Java Indonesia. This area shows a conspicuous re-entrant or indentation of its coastline compared to those of the western and eastern parts of Java Island. This indentation is considered […]