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THE MULTIPLE MOVEMENTS OF DIAPIR IN YINGGEHAI BASIN: Effective Proof and Affection to Natural Gas Accumulation

HAN Guang-ming,ZHANG Ying-zhao,HU Qian-wei,XU Tao,AI Neng-ping(Zhanjiang Branch,China National Offshore Oil Corporation,Zhanjiang 524057,Guangdong Province,China)  
The gas fields and gas-bearing structures in the Yinggehai Basin are controlled by diapir,which is the major factor for natural gas accumulation.The multiple movements of diapir in the basin have been noted by previous researchers.However,effective proof was not provided.This article analyzes the multiple movements of Changnan6-1 and Ledong22-1 diapirs.It is revealed that the multiple movements evidently affect the nature gas accumulation of different kinds of diapirs.The result is significant for future exploration in the diapir zone.
【Fund】: 国家科技重大专项“莺琼盆地高温高压天然气成藏主控因素及勘探方向”课题(2011ZX05023-004)资助
【CateGory Index】: P618.13
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