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《Petroleum Geology & Experiment》 2009-03
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Zheng Lunju1,2,Qin Jianzhong2,He Sheng1,Li Guangyou2,Li Zhiming2(1.China University of Geosciences,Wuhan Hubei,430074,China;2.Wuxi Research Institute of Petroleum Geology,SINOPEC,Wuxi,Jiangsu 214151,China)  
Thermocompression simulation experiment of hydrocarbon generation and expulsion is one of the main instruments for the study of hydrocarbon thermal evolution mechanism.The existing simulation methods consider more about temperature,pressure and time rather than pore fluid pressure,hydrocarbon generation room,high temperature and pressure liquid water as well as the first hydrocarbon expulsion.With self-developed formation porosity thermocompression simulation experiment instrument,taking into consideration of various factors,the author has set up a formation porosity thermocompression simulation experiment of hydrocarbon generation and expulsion.It has been found out,as the same as temperature and time,pressure,hydrocarbon generation room as well as high temperature and pressure liquid water affect the evolution of hydrocarbon generation from sedimentary organic ma-tters through the whole process,only different in forms and manifestations during different stages of evolution.From low-mature to mature stage,the main impact of formation porosity high temperature and pressure liquid water system on hydrocarbon generation from type Ⅰ kerogen black mud are de-laying oil generation,inhibiting gas generation,changing kerogen composition characteristics and en-hancing the hydrocarbon generation potential of source rocks.
【Fund】: 国家重点基础研究发展计划(973计划)项目(2005CB422102);; 中国石油化工股份有限公司前瞻性基础理论研究课题(P05038)
【CateGory Index】: P618.13
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3 WAN Nianming1,WAN Zhifeng2,ZHANG Qian3,YANG Weilei4,TIAN Ye5(1 Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry,Chinese Academy of Science,Guangzhou 510640,China;2 School of Marine Science,Sun Yat-sen University,Guangzhou 510275,China;3 Pearl River Water Resources Scientific Research Institute,Guangzhou 510611,China;4 The First Oil-Producing Factory,Changqing Oilfield Company,Yan'an 716000,Shanxi,China;5 Institute of Geology of Special Oil Development Company,Liaohe Oilfield Company,Panjin 124010,Liaoning,China);ANALYSIS ON THE IMPACT FACTORS OF FORMATION PRESSURE:AN EXAMPLE FROM CHEXI SAG,BOHAIWAN BASIN[J];Marine Geology Letters;2010-06
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5 Qin Jianzhong,Tao Guoliang,Tenger,Bian Lizeng,Xie Xiaomin,Fu Xiaodong(Wuxi Research Institute of Petroleum Geology;SINOPEC,Wuxi,Jiangsu 214151,China);HYDROCARBON-FORMING ORGANISMS IN EXCELLENT MARINE SOURCE ROCKS IN SOUTH CHINA[J];Petroleum Geology & Experiment;2010-03
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