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THE NEW UNDERSTANDING ON MESOZOIC-PALEOZOIC STRUCTURAL FEATURE AND HYDROCARBON PROSPECT IN THE YELLOW SEA

FENG Zhi-qiang, YAO Yong-jian, ZENG Xiang-hui, WANG Qun, WANG Liao-liang, CHEN Qiang, YI Hai, WANG Yan-tang (Guangzhou Marine Geology Survey, CGS, Guangzhou 510760, China)  
The South Yellow Sea is the main body of the Lower Yangtze platform, whose middle uplift area and the two sides have widely distributed stable marine facies strata of more than 5 000 m in thickness. Rift-type basins have spread on the south side of the middle uplift area since Mesozoic, making it comparable to the Subei basin in Jiangsu Province, but foreland basins on the north side spread between the Sulu orogenic belt and the middle uplift area of the South Yellow Sea, whose area is 4×10 4 km 2 and the Paleozoic-Mesozoic-Cenozoic sedimentary thickness is up to 15 000 m. It is proposed that we can establish a national oil and gas strategic area, which is covering about 10×10 4 km 2 of the Huangbei basin (the North Yellow Sea basin) and the middle uplift area in the South Yellow Sea, to strengthen investigation and evaluation in order to find a large-scale base for offshore oil and gas exploration and exploitation.
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