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Scirj Volume V, Issue II, February 2017 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th February 2017
Full Paper available from: 25th February 2017


Facies Architecture and Reservoir Properties of Campanian-Maastrichtian Nkporo Formation in the Anambra Basin, Nigeria
Cyril E. Ukaonu, Samuel O. Onyekuru and Diugo O. Ikoro

Abstract: Exploration for hydrocarbons in Nigeria’s inland basins has not been commercially successful to-date, principally because of lack of good knowledge of the geology, facies architecture and reservoir properties of sediments in the inland basins. The facies architecture and reservoir properties of the Nkporo Formation sediments in parts of the Anambra Basin is evaluated in this study. Five different facies were identified on outcrop sections, namely: Interbedded shale-oolitic ironstone facies, Heterolithic Facies, Fluvial Facies, Shallow Marine Facies and Basal Offshore Mud Facies. These facies were also fingerprinted in the sub crop data using bio stratigraphic and wireline log data of Well_3 and Well_4 drilled by SPDC Nigeria in Igbariam and Alor, respectively. The relatively well-sorted sandstone units of the shallow marine deposits and marginal marine facies have been observed as better characterized reservoir rocks compared to the fluvial and open marine facies with obvious clogging of pore throats by clays and clay-filled minerals that limit reservoir quality. The stratified nature of the shales and sandstones provides likely favorable pathways for migration of fluids into potential reservoir rocks.
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LEGAL PROTECTION FOR CREDITORS TOWARDS CREDIT GUARANTEE IN INDONESIA
Palmawati Tahir

Abstract: Regulation towards credit guarantee needs to be improved in Indonesia. The reason is simply because there have been many credits that were not repaid by the debtors. The law to deal with this matter has been issued by the government. This paper aims at examining the law of credit guarantee is needed. It focused particularly toward definition fiduciary guarantee rights as outlined in the Law no. 42/1999 concerning Fiduciary and how we cope with problems associated with the stagnated credit repayment by the debtors. Methods to collect the data and information are by using secondary data published by the Ministry of Law and Human Right. In addition to the secondary data, the study also collect data and information by using interviews and Focus Group discussion with the experts including academicians, lawyers and other banking practitioners. This study argued that material objects guarantee is an absolute right over a particular object that is used temporarily if the debtor broken the agreement. This material object can be used for the debt repayment of a debt. Furthermore, material object guarantee (fiduciary objects) provides a special position to creditors, as it has preferential rights, namely the preference rights or droit de preference in making the settlement of receivables from the object which becomes objects guarantee.
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ROLE OF GOVERNMENT COMMUNICATION SERVICE IN AGRICULTURAL INVESTMENT IN SOUTH MINAHASA DISTRICT
Max R. Rembang

Abstract: Service quality agricultural investment in South Minahasa District is not optimal due to lack of government communications role effectively. The purpose of this study was to find new models of the role of government communication in the service of investment in agriculture. This research used qualitative approach. Data and information were collected from various sources using literature study, document, interviewed and observed method in research location. The research result shows that the role of government communications in investment services in South Minahasa Regency immediately corrected, by increasing the professionalism of communicators government so that in the process of investment services capable of providing effective information, process information services to the communicant made transparent, accurate, efficient and effective, ease of access service information quickly and fully, the selection of communications media to reach communicant/economic actors, and create a climate conducive communication in the process of effective communication. The research findings are professional communicator’s government, the climate of communication and leadership, organizational climate, community participation are important aspects to realize the quality of investment services to support an increase in the inflow of investments.
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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF REGIONAL AUTONOMY OF BASIC EDUCATION IN THE DISTRICT TANGERANG, INDONESIA
Hidayat M, Yossy Adiwisastra, Tjahja Supriatna, Musa Hubeis

Abstract: Demands those schools should be accountable both to the public and the government, as both are providers of education in schools. In this case the national policy a priority of government should also receive attention by the school. Autonomy is given so that the school can freely manage to allocate resources according to the priorities and needs of the school in order to be more responsive to the needs of the local environment. Community participation is required in order to better understand the complexities of education help and participate in controlling the management of education. The aim of research to analyze how much government policy, competence of personnel, the education budget and community participation partially influence on the effectiveness of regional autonomy of basic education in Tangerang district, Banten Province. This study uses a quantitative approach explanatory research, with a 9710 population sample of 643 people and analyzed using simple and multiple linear regressions. Based on the results of analysis show that the government's policies, apparatus competence, the education budget and community participation partially or together significant and positive impact on the effectiveness of regional autonomy of basic education in Tangerang district, Banten Province, which is a major factor is the education budget and the supporting factors are of public participation, as well as being a factor amplifier is government policy and Apparatus Competence.
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BANKRUPTCY LAW AND COMPANY’S RESPONSIBILITY TOWARDS DEBT PAYMENT IN INDONESIA
Dr. Arrisman, SH, M.H.

Abstract: This paper aims at discussing bankruptcy law and the responsibility of the limited company towards its debts when the company faced bankruptcy. The method used to discuss this issue is by collecting data and information advanced in the literature as well as by reading legal materials such as government legislations and other relevant materials. The study found that the purpose of bankruptcy law is a process associated with the distribution of wealth from debtors to creditors. Debt settlement through the institution of bankruptcy is to get a fair share for creditors, but for separatist creditors the provisions of suspension of execution and limitations on the duration of the guarantee execution in bankruptcy laws are not in line with the provisions of the law guarantees arranged in civil law. This suggests that bankruptcy laws are lex specialist of trading law, while the guarantee law is a lex specialist of a civil law. In case of the company bankruptcy, the responsibilities are not in the hands of any individuals in the company. The responsibility of the management of the company towards bankruptcy must meet the following requirements. (1) there is an element of fault (intentional) or negligence of Directors or Board of Commissioners; (2) to pay the debt and costs of bankruptcy should be taken in advance from company's assets. If the company's assets are not sufficient, then it should be taken from the personal assets of Directors or Board of Commissioners; (3) there should be a reverse authentication (omkering van bewijslast) for members of the Board of Directors or the Board of Commissioners who can prove that the company bankruptcy was not due to their intentional faults or mistakes. However, each members of the Board of Directors and / or members of the Board of Commissioners should jointly responsible for all liabilities that are not repaid from the bankruptcy assets.
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