Trapspot 2012: a Comprehensive SC Activity

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

TRAPSPOT is the abbreviation of “Through Petroleum System with Seminar Poster & Fieldtrip”. This event was consist of 3 types of activity, First was the Seminar & Talkshow, Then we have the poster contest, and the last activity was Fieldtrip to South Sulawesi. Trapspot seminar was held on 23 november 2012 by AAPG SC University of Padjadjaran with theme of the seminar : “STATE AND CONDITION OF HYDROCARBONS EXPLORATION IN EASTERN INDONESIA”. This activity was attended by 235 participants.

The participant comes from various institutions such as University of Padjadjaran, Akademi Minyak dan Gas Balongan, Institut Teknologi Medan, Universitas Diponogoro, and Institut Teknologi Bandung. This seminar was divided into 2 session on the first day: “Geology of Papua Tangguh Field Discovery” and “Focus on Hydrocarbon Play Concept : The West Papua Tangguh Field Gas Discovery”. The lecture was very good that gave us enlightenment about the west Papua exploration condition.

On the second day, We held a Talkshow with theme : “UNIVERSITY ROLE IN ENHANCING INDONESIA’S OIL & GAS RESERVE”. This talkshow was invited Mr. Rizal Fajar (Rep, From Ministry of Energy) and Mr. Dadang Rukmana (SKSP MIGAS) as the speakers.

In the end of the session the winner of poster contest was revealed, they were Fauzan Haliman & Team from University of Diponegoro with the title “Exploitation of Hydrate gas As A Unconventional Energy on Sedimentary Depositional of Deep Sea With Combination Method of Hot Water Injection And Depressurization in Indonesia”.

After all event in UNPAD, then on 9-12th of Desember 2012, AAPG University of Padjadjaran SC Conducted the field trip with AAPG University of Hasanuddin SC. The theme discussed in this activity is ‘’CENOZOIC CARBONATE of TONASA FORMATION at SOUTH SULAWESI’’. The number of participants who followed this activity are 13 Unpad students and 12 Unhas students. This Field Trip is instructed and guided by Mr Kaharudin From Unhas. In this event, participants earned the knowledge about the geological condition of Bantimala complex and also tonasa formation which has laid Cenozoic carbonate. It was even better because all participants could watch those phenomenon directly to where it is.

In the Future, The young geoscientist will face the challenge to explore eastern Indonesia. Therefore, We conducted this event in order to give the young geoscientist valuable information about current status of hydrocarbon in indonesia and also key challenges in eastern Indonesia.

What Can I Do?

Add Item

Enter Notes:
* You must be logged in to name and customize your collection.
Recommend Recommend
Printable Version Printable Version Email to a friend Email to a friend