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《Chinese Journal of Geology(Scientia Geologica Sinica)》 2008-04
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Tree-shaped conducting systems and related tree-shaped migration model of mud-fluid diapir in the Yinggehai Basin

Jin Bo1 Liu Zhen2 Li Xushen3(1.China National Logging Corp.,Beijing 100101;2.Key Laboratory for Hydrocarbon Accumulation Mechanism,Ministry of Education,University of Petroleum,Beijing 102249;3.Zhanjiang Branch Company of China National Offshore Petroleum Corp.,Zhanjiang,Guangdong 524057)  
The Yinggehai Basin is a Cenozoic sedimentary basin with high geotemperature and overpressure.There are many diapirs in the Central Depression of the basin.Limited by exploration and knowledge level,many problems and argues existed on distribution of overpressure,migration and accumulation of the natural gas.The conducting system and migration model of tree-shaped mud-fluid diapir were presented in this paper,namely,the faults,fissures and the sands around and the top of diapirs,developed in the varied active periods on diapirs,might be important elements which made up the conducting system of the Central Depression of the basin.The faults and fissures,conducting hydrocarbons from the deeper source rocks,acted as the vertical migration pathways,while the sandstones around the top of diapirs worked as the lateral conducting pathways.The diapir-causing faults,fissures and sandstones that distributed around the top of the diapirs constituted the tree-shaped conducting systems,and the corresponding migration model of natural gas was named as tree-shaped migration model around the diapirs.The tree-shaped conducting system and the related migration model was main conducting pathway and the accumulate model of the structural and lithologic gas reservoirs which was controlled by the mud-fluid diapir developed in the Central Depression of the Yinggehai Basin.The model could be classified into two kinds based on the migration modes:the energy-keeping and the energy-releasing models.This particular kind of conducting system and migration model generated the vertically superimposed gas formation,which allocated in both shallow and mid burial depth around the diapirs.The proposition of the conceptions of the tree-shaped conducting systems and the related tree-shaped migration model should be of great theoretical and practical significance in natural gas exploration in mid-deep burial depth of the basin.
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