Doctor of Philosophy
Department of Geology
Ratkolo, Tito, Reservoir characteristics and petroleum potential of the mid main carbonate, Upper Cibulakan Group, Northwest Java Basin, Indonesia, Doctor of Philosophy thesis, Department of Geology, University of Wollongong, 1994. https://ro.uow.edu.au/theses/1402
The Mid Main Carbonate sequence, which covers approximately 700 km^ in the Seribu Shelf area of the Northwest Java Basin, is a limestone petroleum reservoir rock of Middle Miocene age. It comprises numerous reef build-ups which, in general, trend north-south. In the northwestern part of the Seribu Shelf the carbonate build-ups may have formed fringing reefs since a northern source area supplied clastic detritus, especially during a probable low stand of sea level in the middle and at the end of carbonate deposition (probably at 12.5 ma and 10.5 Ma, respectively).
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