Ambalat, Kec. Sekatak, Kabupaten Bulungan, Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia
Ambalat is a sea block in the Celebes sea located off the east coast of Borneo. It lies to the east of the Indonesian province of North Kalimantan and to the south-east of the Malaysian state of Sabah, and it is the subject of a territorial dispute between the two nations. The deep sea blocks contain an estimated 62,000,000 barrels of oil and 348 million cubic meters of natural gas. Other estimates place it substantially higher: 764,000,000 barrels of oil and 3.96 × 1010 cubic meters of gas, in
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