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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Show, January 28–31, 1986
Paper Number: SPE-14598-MS
... of India (Figure 1). Indian Shield and Shillong massif form the western and northern limits of Bengal Basin. Eastwards the Basin extends into Bangladesh and is bounded by Arakan Yoma geanticlinal uplift. Southwards Basin plunges into Bay of Bengal beneath the continental shelf. Tectonically the basin can...
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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Show, February 9–12, 1982
Paper Number: SPE-10443-MS
... Offshore South East Asia Conference 9 - 12 February, Singapore. Four sedimentary basins, extending onto the Continental Shelf, occur along the east coast of India - the Mahanadi, Godavari-Krishna, Palar and Cauvery basins. All except Palar Basin have two structural Palar and Cauvery basins. All...
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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Show, February 9–12, 1982
Paper Number: SPE-10439-MS
..., Indonesia and recently India. Apparently the price of oil is such that these projects are, in certain economic circumstances perferable to straight exploration projects. As far as geologic trends throughout the region are concerned we are in the midst of an exploration boom in the better known...
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Paper presented at the Offshore South East Asia Conference, February 17–20, 1976
Paper Number: SPE-5976-MS
.... Reference to the map attached to this paper illustrates the enormous extent both land and marine, of the region. At present exploratory work is being conducted at varying levels of intensity in some 19 countries across an arc stretching from India in the West to Japan in the North East and South...

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