Welcome to the website of Unconventional Geo-Resources Research Group (UGRG)
Established on January 2nd, 2019 by the “SK Dekan FT UGM” No 106. P/H 1.17/KP/2019, Unconventional Geo-Resources Research Group (UGRG) is an interdisciplinary research cluster emphasizing on the exploration and technology development to assess Non-conventional Earth resources. Researchers in the UGRG have various disciplines of background knowledge in order to be able to support and to collaborate in realizing the Earth resources management sustainably. (Read More)
Prof. Ir. Panut Mulyono, M.Eng., D.Eng., IPU, ASEAN Eng.
I welcome the establishment of the Unconventional Geo-Resources Research Group (UGRG) at Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Gadjah Mada as a place for interdisciplinary research to study non-conventional earth resources. To conserve the use of conventional energy sources, the utilization of non-conventional energy sources such as shale oil, shale gas, tightsand gas, coal bed methane, and methane hydrate must be sought.
Published Article: Petrological, Mineralogical, and Geochemical Compositions of Coal in the Ombilin Basin, West Sumatra, Indonesia07 March 2023
We are pleased to inform you that our article “Petrological, mineralogical, and geochemical compositions of coal in the Ombilin Basin, West Sumatra, Indonesia” has been published online International Journal of Coal Geology. Our article is open access, readers will be ...
3 UGM Students Secured 1st Place in Poster Competition “Young Scientists’ Symposium Visions for The Future of Geoscience”01 April 2022
In the midst of concerns about the Covid-19 pandemic. Students are required to stay active. three students from Gadjah Mada University who spent their time studying online and working on their thesis decided to take part in the competition. They ...
New Paper: Evaluation of peat character in Kutai lakes area, Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia16 August 2021
Reposted from Cipher Coal. A new paper published by Indonesian Journal on Geoscience. Ever get that sinking feeling? Well, if you were standing in the Kutai lakes area in central Borneo you’d be right to think so. And it's not ...
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