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Tectonic types of oil and gas basins in China

Desheng Li

Tectonic types of oil and gas basins in China

by Desheng Li

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Published by Petroleum Industry Press in Beijing, P.R. China .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oil fields -- China.,
  • Gas fields -- China.,
  • Petroleum -- Geology -- China.,
  • Geology, Structural -- China.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementLi Desheng.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN876.C5 L5 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination194 p. :
    Number of Pages194
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18723105M
    ISBN 107502105123

      Lower–Middle Ordovician platform carbonates are important oil and gas reservoir rocks in the Ordos Basin of the North China craton (NCC). In recent years, numerous cores have been recovered from these units, but the depositional environments and facies architecture of this large carbonate platform system have not yet been reported in detail. In the opinions of Guo Zhanqian and others, the " Qaidam Basin, where neo-tectonic activities frequently took place ", has the clear-cut features for oil and gas dispersion and accumulation.

    Abstract. Western China contains 11 recognized petroliferous or potentially petroliferous basins. Despite their great difference in size, these basins have important common features: (1) their Mesozoic-Cenozoic sedimentary sequences are composed of rocks of essentially terrestrial origin, and (2) they experienced predominantly compressional stress during the late stages of their geologic history. The northern Bogda Mountain is located in the southern margin of the Junggar Basin in northwest China. Based on inorganic geochemistry of oil shale samples of the Middle Permian Lucaogou Formation, the depositional environment, weathering degree, the provenance, and tectonic background of the northern Bogda Mountain were determined. The oil shale in the study area was formed in the deep lake.

    References. 2. Unstable Cratonic and Paleozoic Basins of China (H. Chen, D. Qin). Introduction. The basement of Paleozoic basins and their principal characteristics. Prototypes and distribution of Paleozoic basins. Conclusions. References. 3. Tectonic Features of the Junggar Basin and Their Relationship with Oil and Gas Distribution (X. Peng, G. Born in China’s northern Gansu Province, Professor Li Guoyu was educated at Lanzhou University and Beijing Petroleum Geology College. He has written close to 70 books and more than 30 scholarly papers on petroleum geology and has spent many years developing a theory of Sedimentary Basins that portrays an optimistic prognosis of oil and gas reserves in the world.


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Tectonic Types of Oil and Gas Basins in China (Second Edition) (In English) Paperback – January 1, by Li Desheng (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Author: Li Desheng. Tectonic Types of Oil and Gas Basins in China,All books from China,especially scientific and academic books,export Chinese and English version books to libraries and book stores over the world,China Scientific Book Services:The Best Professional China Books,   Oil and gas-bearing basins in China are grouped into three types: the tensional, compressional and transitional.

The first type is dominant in the east, with the Songliao and the Bohai Gulf basin as its representative; the second in the west, exemplified by the Tarim and Junggar basins; and the last in central China, represented by the Sichuan and Ordos by: This book introduces the following aspects in the form of diagrams: seismic and geological response characteristics of major tectonic types, typical reservoirs, and typical geological bodies in China, and describes three typical oil and gas reservoirs.

Abstract. The plate tectonic setting and genetic types of the gas (oil)-bearing basins in China are studied. Based on the history of break-up and amalgamation of Pangea, the three tectonic evolutionary megastages can be divided and the sedimentary basins in China are classified as Palaeowic and Meso-Cenozoic by: 3.

China has undergone a complicated history of geological evolution onshore and offshore from Sinian to the Recent, during which period three basic types of oil and gas basins have been formed. Tension basins in eastern China-With the subduction of the Pacific plate under the Eurasian plate, the continental crust in the eastern part of China was subject to regional tension stresses that.

The special issue “Tectonics and Sedimentary Basins of the South China Sea” consists of 19 articles arranged in the order of deep structure, general tectonics, tectonic modeling, and.

Abnormal pressure can develop in different basin types, and foreland basin is one of the basin types wherein there is a high probability of it occurring.In the foreland basins of China, the western Sichuan Basin, the Kuqa Depression of the Tarim Basin, the southwestern Tarim Basin, the southern margin of the Junggar Basin, the northern margin of the Qaidam Basin, the Tuha Basin.

For a better description of the inventory, six main regions were classified considering the natural geographical conditions, tectonic settings of Chinese continent and surrounding marine areas, the similarities and difference of petroleum systems, and history of oil and gas exploration and development throughout China (Chen et al.,Deng.

Based on its abundant natural gas resources, the Sichuan Basin is one of the main natural gas-producing areas in China (Li et al., ; Jia et al., ; Zhao et al., ).The geological reserves of natural gas in the Lower Paleozoic Cambrian Longwangmiao Formation are ∼ × 10 12 m 3 (Zou et al., ).A completely developed Cambrian system is extensively distributed throughout the.

The type of event depends on how the plates move relative to each other. This movement of the Earth's surface impacts where oil and natural gas deposits can be found, which is why the study of Plate Tectonics is important to Petroleum Geologists.

In both hydrocarbon systems, the stratigraphic variations provide the principal traps. The Ordos basin is characterized by a stable tectonic setting that controlled the distribution of depositional systems and the development of erosional surfaces and ultimately governed the distribution of oil and gas fields and trap types.

China is well known for its continental deposits in Meso-Cenozoic basins, in which giant and medium-size oil and gas fields with various types of pools currently produce million tons of oil. Yet, comprehensive exploration for oil and gas using gravity anomalies to discover large petroliferous basins, has not been fully implemented in China, in particular in western China and in Chinese continent shelf areas where fundamental geophysical survey and integrated research are generally behind other areas in terms of coverage and survey.

Gongcheng Zhang, Hongjun Qu, Shixiang Liu, Xiaojun Xie, Zhao Zhao, Huailei Shen, Hydrocarbon accumulation in the deep waters of South China Sea controlled by the tectonic cycles of marginal sea basins, Petroleum Research, /S(17), 1, 1, (), (). Sichuan basin lies in the central-south China, in a compression tectonic regime, with an area of approximatelykm{sup 2}.

It is a prolific basin with a upside resource potential of gas billion m{sup 3}, and oil billion tons. Born in China’s northern Gansu Province, Professor Li Guoyu was educated at Lanzhou University and Beijing Petroleum Geology College.

He has written close to 70 books and more than 30 scholarly papers on petroleum geology and has spent many years developing a theory of Sedimentary Basins that portrays an optimistic prognosis of oil and gas reserves in the s: 1. East African continental margin, heavy oil, oil sands and gas. East African rift system,oil.

Petroleum province in North Africa Cratonic marginal basins,oil and gas. Mesozoic rift basins (Sirte rift), oil. Cenozoic rift basins (Suez Bay Basin and Red Sea Basin),oil. Cenozoic Nile Delta basin, gas.

The plate tectonic revolution of the 's provided the framework for detailed models on the structure of orogens and basins, summarized in a textbook edited by Busby and Ingersoll. Tectonics of Sedimentary Basins: Recent Advances focuses on key topics or areas where the greatest strides forward have been made, while also providing on.

U.S. shale oil and natural gas maps: The following maps show the drilling history and oil and gas production of selected low-permeability, continuous-type shale reservoirs. Selected geologic characteristics pertinent to occurrence of producible oil and gas resources are also shown when available.

U.S. and lower 48 states. The activity of exploration and development in these basins makes it possible for us to have some knowledge about the distribution of oil and gas fields. The origin, classification, feature, and general petroleum geology in these oil-bearing basins have been studied according to the tectonic-thermal regime types of these basins.About the Author Born in China’s northern Gansu Province, Professor Li Guoyu was educated at Lanzhou University and Beijing Petroleum Geology College.

He has written close to 70 books and more than 30 scholarly papers on petroleum geology and has spent many years developing a theory of Sedimentary Basins that portrays an optimistic prognosis of oil and gas reserves in the world. Tectonic Settingof the World’s Giant Oil and Gas Fields A talk given 19 October, at the HGS Northsiders Committee dinner.

Abstract The world’s giant oil and gas fields are those with million bbl of ultimately recoverable oil or gas equivalent.

Remarkably, almost all of these giant fields, which by some estimates account for 67% of the world’s petroleum.