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Market Analysis - Geology And Soil Science Summit 2018



Geology Conference aims to provide a unique scientific and technical platform to share the research experiences among the best-available experts and professionals from all over the world engaged in different fields of Geology. It has so far been an important event and has attracted many scientists, engineers and researchers from academia and industry internationally. The important features of this conference are an opening session, topical sessions with keynote addresses and oral contributions, well organized workshops, symposium, poster presentations and world class exhibits, panel discussions & interactive sessions, collaborative research opportunities. The importance of soil as a natural resource is illustrated and students are made aware of the constitution of soils and the microbiological, chemical and physical processes occurring in soils. The processes of soil formation and the factors controlling them are discussed in some detail. The course also includes an introduction to slope processes and hydrology, an outline of the problems relating to soil taxonomy, an introduction to soil mineralogy and a discussion of soil conservation measures. The importance of soil-plant relations in determining plant growth is developed. The conference provided a forum to explore how various stakeholders managed the implementation of repository programs in their countries. It was an opportunity for local community hosts to share experiences alongside international and national perspectives.


Geology is a comparatively recent science up to the 1790 s, We have come a long way since then, with the theories of plate tectonics explaining the position of the continents, volcanoes and earthquakes, and evolution, the fossil record we see in the rocks. The emplacement of granites and their erosion can give us a grasp of the vast span of geological time, and geologists are the scientists who find most of the world’s natural resources. Geology is the science which science dealing with the physical nature and history of the earth, including the structure and development of its crust, the composition of its interior, individual rock types, and the forms of life found as fossils.  It is commercially important for mineral and hydrocarbon exploration / exploitation as well as for evaluating water resources. It is publicly important for the prediction and understanding of natural hazards and remediation of environmental problems. Soil science is the study of soil as a natural resource on the surface of the Earth including soil formation, classification and mapping; physical, chemical, biological, and fertility properties of soils; and these properties in relation to the use and management of soils. The science of geology is significant in locating water supplies, mineral resources, understanding the development of life on Earth, developing predictive models for earthquake, volcano, and tsunami activity.

5th International Conference on Geology and Geoscience (Geology & soil science-2018) provides an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various educational fields to share their knowledge, views, research findings and educational practices with their colleagues and academic community. We welcome all the contributors and participants to join us at the Geology &Soil science-2018, where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with experts from around the world.


The Indonesian national motto “Unity in Diversity” points to one of the greatest attractions of your host country, Indonesia. There are some 300 ethnic groups, a result of both the country's unique geography and history. Many Indonesians may see themselves first by their ethnic and cultural group and secondly as Indonesians. Indonesia is officially the Republic of Indonesia. It is a unitary sovereign state and transcontinental country located mainly in Southeast Asia with some territories in Oceania, situated between the Indian and Pacific oceans, it is the world’s largest island country, with more than seventeen thousand islands. At 1,904,569 square kilometers (735,358 square miles) Indonesia is a 14th- largest country in terms of combines sea and land area. It has an estimated population of over 260 million people and is the world’s most populous country, the most populous Austronesian nation, as well as the most populous island, Java, contains more than half of the country’s population. Indonesia’s republican form of government includes an elected legislature and president. Indonesia has 34 provinces, of which five have Special Administrative status. Its capital and country's most populous city is Jakarta, which is also the most populous city in Southeast Asia.


-          Geology and Soil Science

-          Geology and environment interactions

-          Soil stability analysis

-          Mining and Mineral Resources

-          Geology in Civil Engineering

-          Predictions in soil engineering

-          Economical evaluation of soil

-          Gas Reservoirs

-          Conservation of soil biodiversity

-          Structural Geology

-          Soil preservation techniques

-          Geographic Information System (GIS)

-          Soil and ecosystem services

-          Soil exploration

-          Geological hazard assessments

-          Soil and rock mechanics

-          Environmental Geology

-          Petroleum Geology

-          Remote Sensing of Environment

-          Geotechnical investigation techniques




People are associated with geological research with many individual institutes, associations & societies, government bodies, in that most of them are professors, post-doc’s, PhD students along with individual scientists and also some of the museums are joining their hand in the field of geological research. More than 90,000 in the international level Physicians, Researchers and Academicians are working on the fields of Geology. The Indonesian Institute of Sciences (Indonesian): Lumbago Limo Pengetahuan Indonesia or (LIPI) is the governmental authority for science and research in Indonesia. It consists of 47 research centers in the fields ranging from social to natural sciences.


Target Audience:

Academic scientists, geologists, young researcher, Professors, Research Scientists and Students of different Universities containing Geological studies, eminent persons of different Geological Association and Societies. Directors, CEOs, Managers of different companies related to geology from all over the world.

% of Target Audience:

Academia - 40%

Industry - 35%

Associations - 15%

Government- 10%




-Indonesia University

-Gadjah Mada

-Bandung Institute of technology

-Diponegoro University

-Pertanian institute of Bogor

-Sebelas Maret University

-Brawijaya university

-Negeri Yogyakarta University

-Padjadjaran university

-Airlangga University






Indonesia Petroleum Association

Mineral Potential of Indonesia

Epithermal gold deposits in west Java

Association of Indonesian Geologist

Basrah Petroleum company

3D Geological modelling

Bali PMA Establishment package

Indonesia self company

State owned oil companies

RSC Mining and Mineral Exploration services

(KJPP) Nirboyo Adiputro, Dewi Aprianti & Partners is based in Jakarta



Indonesia has approximately 150–153 trillion standard cubic feet (“TSCF”) of natural gas reserves. The BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2016 recorded 100.3 TSCF of proven reserves in Indonesia as of the end of 2015, with gas production reaching 75 billion m3 , which is a slight decrease from 2014. Of that production, 39.7 billion m3 was used domestically and the remaining was exported. LNG dominated the export stream with 21.9 billion m3 , while pipeline exports stayed at 10.5 billion m3 . According to the PwC Oil and Gas Guide 2016, Indonesia has approximately 453 trillion cubic feet (“Tcf”) of coal bed methane (“CBM”) reserves, which would rank Indonesia sixth in the world in terms of CBM reserves. Shale gas reserves are estimated at 574 Tcf. There were a total of 46 CBM contracts as of the end of 2015. Indonesia’s main areas for gas production are South Sumatra, East Kalimantan, Natuna, Sulawesi, and West Papua. LNG facilities in Indonesia include Bontang (East Kalimantan), Tangguh (West Papua) and the newest, Donggi Senoro (Sulawesi). According to a 15-year roadmap published by the Directorate General of Oil and Gas (“DGOG”) in April 2016, the Government of Indonesia (“Government”) forecasts a need for USD 24.8 billion in investment to enhance gas infrastructure. A national gas transmission and distribution network has been developed by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (“MEMR”). Gas pipelines and storage facilities may be owned and operated by private companies, subject to the regulations of the MEMR and the Downstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Agency (“BPH Migas”). In 2015, natural gas satisfied roughly 18% of Indonesia’s total energy requirements, with 37.6% and 41.1% met by oil and coal, respectively. Currently, Indonesia’s natural gas requirements are fully met by domestic production, particularly by the allocation of the domestic market obligation (“DMO”) of every Production Sharing Contract (“PSC”) Contractor. PSC Contractors are required by law and contract to reserve a minimum of 25% of their oil and gas production for the domestic market. According to the BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2016, the ratio of Indonesia’s natural gas production to consumption in 2015 was 189%. This is expected to change as, according to the BP report, the MEMR projects that Indonesia will start importing natural gas by 2019. Indonesia’s oil and gas sector is governed by Law No. 22 of 2001 regarding Oil and Gas (November 22, 2001) (the “Oil and Gas Law”). The state retains mineral rights throughout the Indonesian territory and the Government holds the mining authority. The oil and gas sector comprises upstream and downstream activities, which are separately regulated and organized. Upstream activities include exploration and exploitation, and are regulated under Government Regulation No. 35 of 2004 regarding Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Business Activities as has been amended several times, the latest by Government Regulation No. 55 of 2009 (“GR 35”). The upstream sector is managed and supervised by the Special Task Force for Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Business Activities (“SKK Migas”).



All our work is funded by charitable donations.  Donors include institutions, organisations and individuals.  All who donate towards a specific project receive reports on the progress of that project. Indonesia is the fourth largest country in the world is home to more than 195 million people. Indigenous tribes still exist in Borneo to Iran Jaya in Eastern Indonesia. The presence of their pagan a vestry can still be seen, heard and felt by those who dare to breach the tourist frontiers. While much of Indonesia's allure lies in its rich cultural tapestry and untamed wilderness, its cities and resorts are also famed for world-class visitor facilities. Divers are a fast growing breed of special visitors to Indonesia's many shores. We acknowledge below our key donors and/or sponsors whose contributions – whether in cash or kind – have been most significant in furthering the goals of East Bali Poverty Project.  We also have many expert volunteers (Indonesian and foreign) in every aspect of the project, who are too numerous to mention here.



Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend the 5th International Conference on Geology and soil science which is going to be held at Bali, Indonesia during March 21-22, 2018 with the theme of “An Insight into Solid Earth and Soil materials for futuristic advancements”.

 Conference Series Ltd Organizes 1000+ Global Events inclusive of 300+ International Conferences, 500+ Workshops and 200+ Symposiums every year across USA- Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies and publishes 400+ Open access journals which contains over 30000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members. Geology is the science which is the scientific exploration of the planet Earth, this study deals with the physical nature and history of the earth which involves studying the materials that make up the earth, the landscapes and structures found on Earth as well as the processes that act upon them.

 It is a comprehensive topic which includes its sub disciplines like geomorphology, petroleum geology, mineralogy, structural geology, environmental geology and engineering geology. Soil science is the study of soil as natural resources on the surface of the earth including, soil classifications and mapping; physical, chemical, biological, and fertility properties of soils, and these properties in relation to the use and management of soil. A number of developments incorporating the effects of new phenomena and new variables on the behavior of soils will be described and discussed.

Recent developments in unsaturated soil mechanics will be reviewed first. It will be shown that they provide a consistent framework for understanding the engineering behavior of unsaturated soils and the effects of suction and moisture changes. Building on those developments, soil behavior is further explored by considering the effect of high and low temperatures as well as of chemical variables. The resulting generalized view of soil behavior is then applied in the analysis of field situations.

 Geology and soil science Summit will provide a unique scientific and technical platform to share the research experiences among the best-available experts and professionals from all over the world engaged in different fields of Geology and soil science. We welcome all the participants and contributors to join us at the Geology and soil science Summit 2018 and all members of the Organizing Committee look forward to meet you in Bali, Indonesia.