The Central Sumatra back-arc basin in the central portion of Sumatra Island, Indonesia (Figure 1), has proven reserves of more than 25 million barrels oil and is one the country's main hydrocarbon-producing basins. Two of the largest oil fields in Indonesia, Minas and Duri, are in this basin.

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