Continental Shelf Boundary

Some articles on continental shelf, continental shelf boundary, boundary:

Borders Of Malaysia - Maritime Borders - Peninsula Malaysia
... The coordinates for the continental shelf and territorial sea limits of Peninsula Malaysia are in the chart below ... Border with Indonesia according to 1969 continental shelf agreement 5. 27'.0 98 17'.5 Northern terminus of continental shelf boundary 4. 55'.7 98 41'.5 3. 59'.6 99 43'.6 3. 47'.4 ...
Malaysia–Thailand Border - Joint Development Area
... created as an interim measure to deal with the overlapping claims of the continental shelf between the two countries ... Point Latitude (N) Longtitude (E) Remarks Joint Development Area boundary turning points A 6° 50'.0 102° 21'.2 Northern terminus of agreed. 42'.5 Same as Point 8 of Thailand's EEZ border located on Malaysia's continental shelf boundary between Point 43 and Point 42 in the 1979 map ...
Indonesia–Malaysia Border
... The land boundary has a length of 2,019.5 km and stretches from Tanjung Datu at the northwestern corner of Borneo, through the highlands of the Borneo hinterland ... The boundary separates the Indonesian provinces of East Kalimantan and West Kalimantan, and the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak ... The maritime boundary in the Straits of Malacca generally follows the median line between the baselines of Indonesia and Malaysian, running south from the tripoint with ...
Malaysia–Vietnam Border - The Border and Disputes - Gulf of Thailand
... There is currently no boundary agreement between the two countries ... The continental shelf claim limit of the two countries do not coincide because of the different maritime baselines each country uses to calculate the equidistant line ... The Vietnamese continental shelf limit was proclaimed in 1971 by the then South Vietnamese government and was the equidistant line between the Malaysian and Vietnamese mainlands without taking into account offshore ...

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