South-East Asian Oil, Gas, Coal and Mineral Deposits by Charles S. Hutchison

South-East Asian Oil, Gas, Coal and Mineral Deposits

byCharles S. Hutchison

Paperback | July 15, 2004

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This is the only compilation of resource material available on South-East Asian oil, gas, coal and mineral deposits. It not only describes their main characteristics, but also discusses their regional similarities, differences and age of formation. The book is a companion volume to theauthor's 1989 Geological Evolution of South-East Asia. The book is essential reading for oil and mineral exploration company staff, research workers and university students.

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Charles S. Hutchison is a Former Professor, University of Malaya.

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Title:South-East Asian Oil, Gas, Coal and Mineral DepositsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:268 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.63 inPublished:July 15, 2004Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198526490

ISBN - 13:9780198526490

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction2. Cainozoic and Mesozoic oil and gas-bearing basins: northern region3. Cainozoic oil and gas-bearing basins related to the Sarawak and Sabah Orogenies4. Cainozoic basins: western and southern Indonesia5. Basins of Eastern Indonesia6. Basins of the Philippine Archipelago7. Coal and lignite deposits8. Mineralization associated with ophiolite9. Mineralization associated with volcanic arcs10. Non-volcanic epithermal deposits11. Tungsten deposits12. Tin deposits13. Mississippi Valley-type epigenetic deposits14. Iron ore deposits15. Other deposits16. References

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`Review from previous edition Because of the emphasis on description, the book will retain its value as various geotectonic theories and process-focused hypotheses wax and wane. The author's personal opinions are clear, something which I found refreshing and entertaining, not least because hehas a very long and extensive practical experience of the region with a broad range of interests. The book provides an extremely useful introduction to South-East Asia and is notably much more readable than its earlier companion volume... the author is to be congratulated on a valuableachievement.'Marine and Petroleum Geology