Paper Summary

Barely 6 months into an 18-monthlong exploratory program that eventually will cover more than 193,000 sq miles (500,000 sq km) of unmapped acreage in Indonesia’s vast offshore frontier, MIGAS and TGSNOPEC Geophysical Co. (TGS) are generating a unique set of geophysical, thermal, oil-seep and geochemical data that are beginning to challenge many previously held concepts about the hydrocarbon prospectivity of the Indonesian Archipelago.