Sedimentary environments and hydrocarbon generation of cenozoic salified lakes in China

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Petroleum Industry Press , Beijing
Geology, Stratigraphic -- Cenozoic., Hydrocarbon reservoirs -- Geology -- China., Petroleum -- Geology -- C
Statement[edited by] Sun Zhencheng ... [et al.]
ContributionsSun, Zhencheng .
The Physical Object
Pagination363 p., 4 p. of plates :
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ISBN 107502121307

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Sedimentary Geology, 40 () 89 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands THE CHARACTERISTICS OF CENOZOIC SEDIMENTARY BASINS IN THE NORTH CHINA PLATFORM LAO QIUYUAN * and GAO WENXUE Institute of Geology, State Seismological Bureau, Beijing (Peoples' Republic of China) (Accepted for publication Janu ) ABSTRACT Cited by: 6.

Lop Nur is a large salt-crust covered playa in the eastern part of the Tarim Basin in northwestern China.

Its centre was filled by a lake with a surface area of more than km2in the early s. Over the past several years, a number of hydrocarbon reservoirs have been discovered in the deepwater area of Qiongdongnan Basin, northwestern South China Sea. These oil/gas fields demonstrate that the evolution of the deepwater sedimentary environment are controlling the formation and distribution of large-scale clastic by: 8.

including three Dongting Lake Nature Reserves (the eastern, western and southern parts, with areas of, km2, respectively), Yancheng National Nature Reserve ( km2), Poyanghu ( The Liyue Basin is a Cenozoic basin superimposed on the Mesozoic Erathem (Fig.

1b) (Liu et al.,Liu et al., a).Investigation and research on the basin began in the early s, most of which focused on the tectonic evolution of the SCS basin and the Nansha and Palawan by: Lake Bosten (86°40'°26'E, 41°56'°14'N) is the largest freshwater body in northwestern China and comprises an area of about km2 with a maximum water depth of 14 m in the centre and.

Cenozoic sedimentary environments in South China Sea can be divided into two sedimentation cycles E~-El (or partly includes ~, Fig. 7) and Q-Ea (or partly includes E~, Fig.

8) by the boundary of the E~ unconformity, which showes characteristics of fill sedimentation in the Lower Cycle, and onlap sedimentation in the Upper Cycle.

The North. Evolution of deepwater sedimentary environments and its implication for hydrocarbon exploration in Qiongdongnan Basin, northwestern South China Sea. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 34(4): 1–10, doi: /s 1 Introduction The Qiongdongnan Basin (QDNB), which covers nearly 45 km2, is one of several Cenozoic extensional basins.

hydrocarbon accumulation started, peaked, and ended. In the Sichuan Basin, the Upper Triassic's coal measure source rock is the principal source of the Upper Triassic nat-ural gas [7,10]; it is one of the four representative hydrocarbon generation models of coal measure source rock in China [11].

Its hydrocarbon generation follows certain rules. Numerous petroleum-producing Mesozoic–Cenozoic basins are present in the coastal areas of eastern China. Voluminous volcanic and subvolcanic intrusive rocks, dominantly basaltic and, to a lesser degree, trachytic in composition, are intercalated or intruded in the sedimentary sequences.

PSThermal Evolution of the Paleozoic Hydrocarbon Source Rocks in the Sichuan Basin*. Chuanqing Zhu1, Nansheng Qiu1, Shengbiao Hu2, and Song Rao2.

Search and Discovery Article # ()** Posted J *Adapted from poster presentation given at AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May Sedimentary characteristics and origin of lacustrine organic-rich shales in the salinized Eocene Dongying Depression China Cenozoic Eocene Asia clastic rocks Far East laminations Dongying Depression planar bedding structures shale Tertiary sedimentary structures Shandong China mudstone Paleogene sea-level changes petrology sea water Cited by: An available hydrocarbon accumulating condition occurred in those basins, where there are not only large areas and thicknesses of depressions with the sources of coal‐bearing and marine mudstones, but also formation of a broad carbonate and reef reservoirs resulted from slow subsidence during the terminating period of the South China Sea.

2 CHINA PETROLEUM EXPLORATION Vol. 21, No. 6, as a result of multiple post-Cenozoic expansions of the western Pacific Ocean, which eventually gave it a total area of × km2[8].

Oceanic crust is located at the middle of the South China Sea, and its continental shelf and continental slope have Mesozoic-Cenozoic sedimentary ba-sins. Evolution of sedimentary environments of the middle Jiangsu coast since late MIS 3 tidal regime, which is mainly dominated by the rotary tidal current system of the western SYS, is regular semidiurnal tide with an average tidal range of m.

The Cenozoic successions in the Xining Basin superimpose in pseudo-conformity on the Cretaceous alluvial sedimentary rocks of the Hekou and Minhe Groups or unconformably on older basement rocks (Horton et al; Dai et al).

The Cenozoic saline lake to fluviolacustrine succession is divided into the Palaeogene Xining and Neogene Guide by: 1. J Environ Sci (China). ;24(4) A year sedimentary record of natural and anthropogenic impacts on Lake Chenghai, China.

Zan F(1), Huo S, Xi B, Zhang J, Liao H, Wang Y, Yeager KM. Author information: (1)School of Environment, Beijing Normal University BeijingChina.

[email protected] by:   The age of Cenozoic sedimentary sequence in Zhaotong Basin is ~− Ma 5. In this study we focus on the STB section (27° 19′ ″N, ° 44′ ″E), which is in an open-pit Cited by: 8.

Thus, sedimentary rocks formed in a lake will be different from those formed in a desert. Geologists look at ancient sedimentary rocks to figure out the type of environment that once was in the location where the rock formed.

The table below lists environments that are common on Earth and the physical features that characterize them. Sedimentary environment evolution and biogenic silica records o years in the Liaohe delta, China Jin Liu,1,2,3,4 Siyuan Ye,2,4* Edward Allen Laws,5 Chunting Xue,2,4 Hongming Yuan,2,4 Xigui Ding,2,4 Guangming Zhao,2,4 Shixiong Yang,2,4 Lei He,2,4 Jin Wang,2,4 Shaofeng Pei,2,4 Yongbiao Wang,1 Qingyuan Lu6 1China University of Geosciences (Wuhan), Wuhan, People’s Republic of ChinaCited by: 6.

The East China Sea shelf basin, which is a fault subsidence during the Cenozoic Era, locates in the East China Sea continental shelf.

In this paper, balanced section technique has been applied to analyzing the differential evolution in the East China Sea shelf basin south of Cenozoic tectonic and summarizing the control factors of tectonic activities on the petroleum : Ying Bai, Hong Liang Wang, Qian Ru Li, Peng Wu.

Tectonic and sedimentary evolution from the Late Sinian to Early Cambrian and their control on hydrocarbon source rocks in Tarim Basin, Western China Lin Wu Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration & Development,PetroChina,Beijing,China (@) The lower Cambrian black shale is widely distributed all over the world, but due to.

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28 samples of Cenozoic volcanic rocks collected from Shandong Province have been dated by K-Ar method. They are mainly Neogene with an age range of m. The basalts from Linqu and Yishui in west Shandong Province are Miocene and those from Penglai and Qixia in east Shandong Province are Miocene and Pliocene in age.

The basalts from Wudi in north Shandong Province are Middle-Early. trace fossils as indicators of sedimentary environments Download trace fossils as indicators of sedimentary environments or read online here in PDF or EPUB. Please click button to get trace fossils as indicators of sedimentary environments book now.

All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. tion in China because it is located in the eastern part of the Tethyan Hydro-carbon Province, one of the most significant regions of hydrocarbon resources worldwide [1, 2].

For decades, numerous studies have focused on the sedimentary basins distributed across the “roof of the world”, despite aFile Size: KB.

trap and hydrocarbon accumulation in the Qiongdongnan Basin, northern South China Sea Caiwei Fan1,Tao Jiang 2,Kun Liu1*,Jiancai Tan 1,Hu Li1and Anqi Li1 Abstract Genesis of Miocene litho-stratigraphic trap and hydrocarbon accumulation in the Qiongdongnan Basin, northern South China Sea Author: Caiwei Fan, Tao Jiang, Kun Liu, Jiancai Tan, Hu Li, Anqi Li.

Introduction [2] Continental erosion and weathering can affect both ocean chemistry through fluvial run‐off and the atmosphere through draw‐down of CO 2 during chemical weathering. These processes have the ability to affect global climate over a range of time scales [e.g., Berner et al., ; Walker et al., ].The Miocene is of particular interest for palaeoclimate studies as it is Cited by: OIL AND GAS POOLS FORMATION IN CENOZOIC SEDIMENTS OF AZERBAIJAN IN THE LIGHT OF THE LATEST INVESTIGATIONS Abstract The state of the subject concerning the formation of oil and gas pools is incomprehensible unless viewed from a certain attitude of Author: Sh F.

Mekhtiev. Reservoir Characteristics and Evaluation Study of Shale Oil of the Continental Sedimentary Formations in China. Huang Fuxi, Yan Weipeng, and Li Xin. PetroChina. Abstract. Compared with the shale oil reservoirs of the marine facies and transitional facies in North.

The South China Sea (SCS) is one of the classical example of a non-volcanic passive margin situated within three tectonic plates of the Eurasian, Indo-Australian and Philippine Sea plate.

The development of SCS resulted from interaction of various types of plate boundaries, and complex tectonic assemblage of micro blocks and accretionary prisms.

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Numerous models were proposed for the Cited by: 2. Analysis of the 2phi -3phi heavy-mineral fraction of samples from a transect of the continental shelf off Georgia reveals that hornblende constitutes more than 25% of the non-opaque, non-micaceous heavy-mineral suite in three areas of the shelf; the shelf edge, the central shelf, and the near shore by: 5.CENOZOIC VOLCANIC ROCKS AS POTENTIAL HYDROCARBON RESERVOIRS Naomoto Komatsu, Director and Exploration Manager of Teikoku Oil Co.

Ltd., Hatagaya 1 -Chorne, Shibuya-Ku, TokyoJapan; Yoshihiko Fujita, Board Councillor and Manager of Technical Research Center, Teikoku Oil Co.

Ltd.; Osamu Sato, Senior Geologist of Technical Research Center, Teikoku Oil Co. Ltd., Japan.Includes all the Cenozoic volcanic rocks, which is divided into the Yemen Trap Series ( - 15 Ma) that consists of thick series of mainly flood volcanic rocks and Yemen Volcanic Series (10 - 0 Ma) that represents thinner series of mainly peralkaline intraplate basaltic volcanic rocks (Mattash and .