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Nannoplankton Assemblage Succession Throughout Cretaceous/ Tertiary Boundary in the “P” Well Section, Santos Basin, Brazil Panuju, Panuju
Indonesian Journal on Geoscience Vol 6, No 1 (2011)
Publisher : Geological Agency

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DOI: 10.17014/ijog.v6i1.115The massive change in calcareous nannoplankton assemblages throughout Cretaceous/Tertiary (K/T) boundary (65.5 M.a.) has been illustrated by several authors. The diverse and abundant assemblage disappears suddenly above the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary. This event is related to the most dramatic environmental changes in the Earths history due to the catastrophic events, those are meteorite impact (Chicxulub) and supervolcano eruption (Deccan) occurring at the end of Cretaceous. The succeeding age was a time of rapid evolution of nannoplankton during Paleocene. A quantitative method analysis of nannoplankton throughout Maastrichtian to Paleocene of “P” well section, Santos Basin, Brazil, indicated that the nannoplankton assemblages abruptly decrease in diversity and abundance and mostly change in species composition. The various complex shapes of species at Maastrichtian also underwent changing to simple plain shapes and small at Paleocene. The sedimentary section ranges from the top of zone CC23 (Coccolith Cretaceous 23) to NP9 (Nannoplankton Paleogen 9). It is bounded by the Last Occurrence (LO) of Tranolithus pachelosus at the base and Fasciculithus tympaniformis at the top. The biostratigraphic discontinuity characterized by the absence of zone CC26 to NP4 is an indicator for the presence of an unconformity at K/T boundary within analyzed section. The Cretaceous nannoplankton assemblages are dominated by Genera Watznaueria, Micula, Arkhangelskiella, Cribrosphaerella, Eiffellithus, Predicosphaera, and Retecapsa, whilst the Paleocene assemblages are dominated by Genera Toweius, Ericsonia, and Coccolithus. Survivor Cretaceous species recovered into Tertiary sediments consist of Braarudosphaera bigelowii, Biscutum melaniae, Neocrepidolithus neocrassus, Placozygus sigmoides, Cyclagelosaphaera reinhardtii, Markalius inversus, and Scapolithus fossilis.
STUDI SIKUENSTRATIGRAFI BERDASARKAN HASIL ANALISIS DATA PALINOLOGI PADA SUMUR Y, CEKUNGAN SUMATERA SELATAN Ramadhan, Rizki; Nugroho, Hadi; Aribowo, Yoga; Panuju, Panuju
Geological Engineering E-Journal Vol 5, No 1 (2013): Volume 5, Nomor 1, Tahun 2013
Publisher : Geological Engineering E-Journal

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Palynology is a study of biostratigraphy for determining relative age and depositional environment basedon the abundance of palynomorf. Palynology study develompent in Indonesia is still could be more increasedalong with more oil and gas exploration moved to transitional environtment.Study of palynology in stratigraphy is aiming to determine relative age and depositional environment.Besides, palynology could also determine sequence stratigraphy in a large scale of study based on palynomorfpercentage. The study of sequence stratigraphy based on palynomorf percentage has been done in Well-Y, SouthSumatra basin.The method of this research is descriptive method through the microscopic observation on sample 1 - 14from 1400 m depth Y-Well’s cutting and quantitative method calculation and analysis method from thisobservation and calcuation could determine the percentage of each palynomorf. This percentage lead to a trendthen interpretated into several sequencestratigraphy.From this observation, it can be determined characteristic zone of this well. The characteristic zone ofpalynology in this well is divided into 3 zones of palynology; Proxapertites operculatus Zone, Flocshuetziameridionalis Zone, and Stenoclaeniidites papuanus Zone. Each zone shows the characteristic of age fromEocene to Pliocene and also depositional environment from delta plain to pro delta. From palynomorfpercentage trend, we may also see the pattern of sequece stratigraphy works in this depth. The percentage trendshows the time whether sea level fall at the minimum percentage of palynomorf and sea level rise at themaximum percentage of palynomorf. The trend shows the sequence with sequence boundary lying in the startand the end of the sequence and also transgressive surface indicates the sea level start rise. Overall, this wellhas 5 sequences based on this trend; sequence a, sequence b, sequence c, sequence d, and sequence e and all thesequences are bordered by sequence boundary.
STUDY OF GAS POTENCY BASED ON GRAVITY ANOMALY MODELING AND SEISMIC PROFILE ANALYSIS AT BANGGAI-SULA BASIN Usman, Ediar; Panuju, Panuju
BULLETIN OF THE MARINE GEOLOGY Vol 28, No 2 (2013)
Publisher : Marine Geological Institute of Indonesia

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Banggai-Sula Basin is one of the basins with character of the micro-continent derived from northern part of Australia. Some traces the migration in the central part of Papua are slate, schist, and gneiss, current movement is facilitated by the Sorong Fault, which runs from the northern part of Papua to eastern part of Sulawesi. Results of gravity anomaly model (2D and 3D), seepage distribution, seismic and fields existing of oil and gas production in the western part of the Banggai-Sula Basin obtained a new prospect area in the northern part of Peleng Island, western part of Banggai Island, southern part of Banggai-Taliabu Islands, western and eastern part of Sulabesi Island. The new prospect area is reflected in the centre with form of the low morphology on gravity model and prospect trap on seismic data in the western part of Tolo Bay. Results of chemical analysis on the source rock of Buya Formation on Tmax vs Hydrogen Index (Tmax vs HI) Diagram shows the type III kerogen quality and the Oxygen Index vs Hydrogen Index (OI vs HI) Diagram shows the gas prone Type II, so that giving the impression that this area has the potential to containing the gas. The quality of the gas is included in the category of immature to mature type. Key word : marine geology, gravity anomaly model, trap, source rock, hydrocarbon quality, Banggai-Sula Basin Cekungan Banggai-Sula merupakan salah satu cekungan dengan karakter mikro-kontinen yang berasal dari pecahan Australia bagian utara. Beberapa jejak migrasi terdapat di bagian tengah Papua berupa batuan slate, schist, dan gneiss, pergerakannya saat ini difasilitasi oleh Sesar Sorong yang membujur dari Papua bagian utara hingga bagian timur Sulawesi. Hasil pemodelan gaya berat (2D dan 3D), daerah rembesan, seismik dan keberadaan lapangan produksi migas di bagian barat Cekungan Banggai-Sula diperoleh hasil daerah prospek baru di bagian utara P. Peleng, bagian barat P. Banggai, selatan P. Banggai-Taliabu, barat dan timur P. Sulabesi. Daerah prospek tersebut tercermin dari daerah pusat cekungan dengan bentuk morfologi rendahan pada data gaya berat dan prospek perangkap (leads) pada data seismik di bagian barat sekitar Teluk Tolo. Hasil analisis kimia batuan sumber pada Diagram Tmax vs Indeks Hidrogen menunjukkan kualitas kerogen tipe III dan pada Diagram Indeks Oksigen vs Indeks Hidrogen menunjukkan tipe II gas prone, sehingga memberikan gambaran bahwa daerah ini berpotensi mengandung gas. Kualitas gas tersebut termasuk dalam kategori belum matang sampai matang. Kata kunci : geology kelautan, model anomali graviti, perangkap, batuan induk, kualitas hidrokarbon, Cekungan Banggai-Sula
Nannoplankton Assemblage Succession Throughout Cretaceous/ Tertiary Boundary in the “P” Well Section, Santos Basin, Brazil Panuju, Panuju
Indonesian Journal on Geoscience Vol 6, No 1 (2011)
Publisher : Geological Agency

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1087.871 KB) | DOI: 10.17014/ijog.6.1.51-68

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DOI: 10.17014/ijog.v6i1.115The massive change in calcareous nannoplankton assemblages throughout Cretaceous/Tertiary (K/T) boundary (65.5 M.a.) has been illustrated by several authors. The diverse and abundant assemblage disappears suddenly above the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary. This event is related to the most dramatic environmental changes in the Earth's history due to the catastrophic events, those are meteorite impact (Chicxulub) and supervolcano eruption (Deccan) occurring at the end of Cretaceous. The succeeding age was a time of rapid evolution of nannoplankton during Paleocene. A quantitative method analysis of nannoplankton throughout Maastrichtian to Paleocene of “P” well section, Santos Basin, Brazil, indicated that the nannoplankton assemblages abruptly decrease in diversity and abundance and mostly change in species composition. The various complex shapes of species at Maastrichtian also underwent changing to simple plain shapes and small at Paleocene. The sedimentary section ranges from the top of zone CC23 (Coccolith Cretaceous 23) to NP9 (Nannoplankton Paleogen 9). It is bounded by the Last Occurrence (LO) of Tranolithus pachelosus at the base and Fasciculithus tympaniformis at the top. The biostratigraphic discontinuity characterized by the absence of zone CC26 to NP4 is an indicator for the presence of an unconformity at K/T boundary within analyzed section. The Cretaceous nannoplankton assemblages are dominated by Genera Watznaueria, Micula, Arkhangelskiella, Cribrosphaerella, Eiffellithus, Predicosphaera, and Retecapsa, whilst the Paleocene assemblages are dominated by Genera Toweius, Ericsonia, and Coccolithus. Survivor Cretaceous species recovered into Tertiary sediments consist of Braarudosphaera bigelowii, Biscutum melaniae, Neocrepidolithus neocrassus, Placozygus sigmoides, Cyclagelosaphaera reinhardtii, Markalius inversus, and Scapolithus fossilis.
ANALISIS SIKUENSTRATIGRAFI UNTUK IDENTIFIKASI KOMPARTEMENTALISASI RESERVOIR KARBONAT FORMASI NGIMBANG BLOK SUCI, CEKUNGAN JAWA TIMUR UTARA (Sequence Stratigraphic Analysis for Identification of Carbonate Reservoir Compatementalization of Ngimbang Formation in Suci Block, North East Java Basin) Panuju, Panuju; Rahmat, Ginanjar; Priyantoro, Agus; Wijaksono, Egie; Wicaksono, Bambang
Lembaran Publikasi Minyak dan Gas Bumi Vol 51, No 3 (2017)
Publisher : Lembaran Publikasi Minyak dan Gas Bumi

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Analisis sikuenstratigrafi telah dilakukan pada penampang sedimen Formasi Ngimbang di Blok Suci, Cekungan Jawa Timur Utara. Analisis ini dilakukan dengan tujuan untuk mengetahui suksesi vertikal dan perubahan fasies secara lateral dari unit sikuen reservoir karbonat pada Formasi tersebut sehingga kompartementalisasi fasies dari reservoir karbonat dapat dipahami secara rinci. Data yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini meliputi tiga well logs, biostratigrafi, lingkungan pengendapan dan petrografi dari sumur SUCI-1, SUCI-2 dan KMI-1 yang didukung penampang seismik. Penelitian ini dilakukan dengan mengintegrasikan semua data G & G dalam kerangka kronostratigrafi dan model pengendapan karbonat sehingga kompartementalisasi yang mengontrol konektifitas dan sifat fisik unit-unit reservoir karbonat dapat dipahami dengan baik. Hasil analisis menunjukkan bahwa reservoir karbonat Formasi Ngimbang di Blok Suci diendapkan selama Eosen Akhir sampai Oligosen Awal pada lingkungan neritik pinggir sampai batial atas. Secara kronostratigrafi, penampang karbonat Formasi Ngimbang dapat dibagi ke dalam tiga unit sikuen yang dipisahkan oleh bidang keidakselarasan, yaitu unit facies karbonat platform berumur Eosen Akhir di sekitar lokasi sumur SUCI-2, unit fasies karbonat platform berumur Oligosen Awal bagian bawah di sekitar lokasi sumur KMI-1 dan SUCI-2 dan unit fasies core reef berumur Oligosen Awal bagian atas di lokasi sekitar sumur SUCI-1. Hasil analisis tersebut dapat digunakan untuk menjelaskan fenomena akumulasi gas yang hanya dijumpai pada lokasi sumur SUCI-1, dan hanya gas show dan oil trace yang terobservasi di sumur SUCI-2, serta indikasi hidrokarbon yang sama sekali tidak ditemukan pada sumur KMI-1. Hal tersebut terjadi karena reservoir karbonat fasies core reef berumur Oligosen Awal hanya dijumpai pada lokasi sumur SUCI-1 dan tidak menerus ke lokasi Sumur SUCI-2 dan KMI-1. Analisis kompartementalisasi ini akan dapat meningkatkan rasio keberhasilan perusahaan-perusahaan migas yang melakukan pemboran dengan target batuan reservoir berupa batuan karbonat. Sequence stratigraphic analysis has been conducted on the sedimentary succession of Ngimbang Formation in Suci Block, North East Java Basin. This analysis is performed to know the genetic relationship and lateral facies change of carbonate reservoir of the formation thus facies compartmentalization of this carbonate reservoir can be understood. The data used in this study include 3 well logs, biostratigraphy, depositional environment and petrography reports of the SUCI-1, SUCI-2 and KMI-1, supported by seismik sections. This study was conducted by integrating all G & G data within Chronostratigraphy framework and carbonate deposition model thus compartmentalization controlling connectivities and physical properties among carbonate reservoir units can be well understood. Result of the analysis indicates that Ngimbang carbonate reservoirs in the SUCI Block were deposited during Late Eocene to Early Oligocene in the inner neritic to upper bathyal environments. The depositional setting of the sequences varies from shallow in the west (KMI-1) to become deeper in the east (SUCI- 2). Chronostratigraphy of the Ngimbang carbonate sequences shows three separated sequence units which include Late Eocene carbonate platform facies unit placing around the SUCI-2 well, the lower part of Early Oligocene to Eocene Carbonate platform facies unit at around both KMI-1 and SUCI-2 wells and the upper part of Early Oligocene core reef facies unit at around SUCI-1 well. All would be explaining how the gas accumulation does only occur in the SUCI-1 well, gas show and oil trace observed in SUCI-2 well, but no hydrocarbon indication found in the KMI-1 well. It is caused by a limited development of Early Oligocene core reef facies at SUCI-1 well location and not continuous to the location of SUCI-2 and KMI-1 wells. This compartmentalization analysis will increase the success ratio of oil and gas companies that drill with the target of carbonate reservoir rock.
Perkembangan Fasies Sedimen Formasi Mamberamo Berumur Miosen Akhir-Pliosen di Cekungan Papua Utara Mamengko, David Victor; B.Sendjadja, Yoga; Mulyana, Budi; Panggabean, Hermes; Haryanto, Iyan; Lelono, Eko Budi; Musu, Juwita Trivianty; Panuju, Panuju
Jurnal Geologi dan Sumberdaya Mineral Vol 20, No 1 (2019): Jurnal Geologi dan Sumberdaya Mineral
Publisher : Pusat Survei Geologi

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North Papua Basin is a fore arc basin located in northern coastal of Papua Island. This basin filled by Middle-Upper Miocene turbidite sediment and overlied by Upper Miocene – Quarternary clastic sediment. Upper Miocene – Quaternary clastic sediments (Mamberamo Formation) composed by interbedding conglomerate, sandstone and shale as molasses deposit. A detailed stratigraphic study was performed to identify facies and its association of the Mamberamo Formation to that give a new perspective on the characteristics and development of facies succession of Lower Mamberamo Formation. Result  shows that the Lower Mamberamo Formation consists of three facies: A) cross bedding sandstone (subtidal), B) heterolothic silty shale (intra-tidal), C) carbonaceous shale (supra-tidal) deposited on Late Miocen to Plio-Pleistocene during centra range orogeny (syn-orogeny) as molasses deposits.Keywords: Fore arc basin, North Papua Basin, Mamberamo Formation, molasse deposits.
STUDI SIKUENSTRATIGRAFI BERDASARKAN HASIL ANALISIS DATA PALINOLOGI PADA SUMUR Y, CEKUNGAN SUMATERA SELATAN Ramadhan, Rizki; Nugroho, Hadi; Aribowo, Yoga; Panuju, Panuju
Geological Engineering E-Journal Vol 5, No 1 (2013): Volume 5, Nomor 1, Tahun 2013
Publisher : Program Studi Teknik Geologi, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Diponegoro

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Palynology is a study of biostratigraphy for determining relative age and depositional environment basedon the abundance of palynomorf. Palynology study develompent in Indonesia is still could be more increasedalong with more oil and gas exploration moved to transitional environtment.Study of palynology in stratigraphy is aiming to determine relative age and depositional environment.Besides, palynology could also determine sequence stratigraphy in a large scale of study based on palynomorfpercentage. The study of sequence stratigraphy based on palynomorf percentage has been done in Well-Y, SouthSumatra basin.The method of this research is descriptive method through the microscopic observation on sample 1 - 14from 1400 m depth Y-Well?s cutting and quantitative method calculation and analysis method from thisobservation and calcuation could determine the percentage of each palynomorf. This percentage lead to a trendthen interpretated into several sequencestratigraphy.From this observation, it can be determined characteristic zone of this well. The characteristic zone ofpalynology in this well is divided into 3 zones of palynology; Proxapertites operculatus Zone, Flocshuetziameridionalis Zone, and Stenoclaeniidites papuanus Zone. Each zone shows the characteristic of age fromEocene to Pliocene and also depositional environment from delta plain to pro delta. From palynomorfpercentage trend, we may also see the pattern of sequece stratigraphy works in this depth. The percentage trendshows the time whether sea level fall at the minimum percentage of palynomorf and sea level rise at themaximum percentage of palynomorf. The trend shows the sequence with sequence boundary lying in the startand the end of the sequence and also transgressive surface indicates the sea level start rise. Overall, this wellhas 5 sequences based on this trend; sequence a, sequence b, sequence c, sequence d, and sequence e and all thesequences are bordered by sequence boundary.