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《Geological Journal of China Universities》 2012-03
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Generation and Evolution of Hrdrocarbon Gases From Coal in the Presence of Molybdenum

WU Yanyan1,2, QIN Yong2, LIU Jinzhong3, LI Xiaoyue11. Petroleum Exploration and Development Institute, East Branch of Sino-petroleum, Nanjing 220000, China; 2. Key Laboratoryof Coalbed Methane Resources and Reservoir Formation Process (CUMT), Ministry of Education, China University of Mining andTechnology, Xuzhou, 221116, China; 3. Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510640, China  
Behavior and evolution of the hydrocarbon generation from the organic matter in coal under the occurrence of molybdenum is poorly understood. Thus, a set of the catalytic simulation for the gas generation of the coal sample with addition of elemental molybdenum was carried out with the gold tube autoclave. It was found that the peaks of total and monomeric hydrocarbon gas generation occurred whether or not to add molybdenum, which indicates that there is still large potential for methane generation in very high maturity stage with simulated vitrinite reflectance (SVR) greater than 4.0 percent. Added molybdenum had a weak suppression on the gas hydrocarbon generation from the coal when the SVR was less than 3.0 percent. The promotion to a certuin extent occur after the SVR is more than 3.0 percent. Interrelationship of the methane yields between the raw and molybdenum-added coal samples was similar to that of total gaseous hydrocarbon yield, the ethane yield of the molybdenum-added sample was higher than that of the raw sample coal once the SVR exceeds to 3.0 percent, and the propane to pentane yields under the occurrence of molybdenum were slightly higher than or approximately equal to those from the raw samples after their generation peaks. It was suggested that the added molybdenum was not involved in the early to medium staqes of the hydrocarbon generation through a thermal degradation, but played a promoting effect on late thermal cracking hydrocarbongeneration, possibly resulting from the differences of the catalytic reaction space during various maturation stages of coal.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金重点项目(40730422);; 国家科技重大专项项目(2011ZX05034)
【CateGory Index】: P618.13
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