Full-Text Search:
Home|Journal Papers|About CNKI|User Service|FAQ|Contact Us|中文
《Oil & Gas Geology》 1990-03
Add to Favorite Get Latest Update

LACUSTRINE SEDIMENTATION AND HYDROCARBON ACCUMULATION IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC OIL-BEARING BELT

Qian Kai (Geological Resesrch Institute of Shengli Oilfield)Deng Hongwen (China University of Geoscience)  
The Western Pacific oil-bearing belt where source rocks and reservoir rocks are do-minated by lacustrine deposits extends longitudinally across the whole globe.The forma-tion of the belt is related to the subduction and collision between the oceanic plate and thecontinent plate,the disintegration of the ancient continent,the influence of the ancient Pa-cific Ocean(and the Indian Ocean in the southern hemisphere) on the paleoclimate of thesedimentary basins and the promotion of high geothermal value for the formation of hy-drocarbon.The lakes located in the north and the south of the belt are older (mostlyformed in the Mesozoic) than those in the central part (mostly formed in the Cenozoic),and are older in the west than in the east.Lacustrine facies have changed into marine fa-cies from west to east.The evolutionary history of the lake basins consists of three stages:faulted-subsidence stage,faulted-depressive stage and depressed subsidence stage.The ini-tial phase was dominated by filled-deposition,evaporation associated with source beds.Inthe middle phase,very thick source bed,sandstones and conglomerates derived from riverdelta,diluvial and turbidite phases as well as lacustrine carbonate were formed.The latephase was characterized by extensive and very thick sandstones and conglomerates which were deposited in fluvial environment.The duration scale and feature of each stage is alldifferent in distinct types of the basins.The Western Pacific oil-bearing belt mostly com-prises five types of hydrocarbon bearing basins which can be divided generally into threesubbelts.The first is non-marine subbelt(including near-inland depression basin,near-ocean depression basin and near-ocean faulted-subsidence basin),where both source bedsand reservoir beds (except for basement rock reservoirs) are lacustrine deposits.Big-andmedium-sized oil and gas pools are mostly bed rock pools,anticline (including drape-anticline)pools,plus small amount of faulted block pools,stratigraphic pools and lithologicpools.The second is transitional facies subbelt (including the faulted subsidence and de-pression composite basins on active and passive continent margin).This subbelt is charac-terized by the source beds of lacustrine facies which were formed in the early stage ofbasin evolution,and the reservoir beds of marine facies which were formed in the latestage.The big-and medium-sized oil and gas pools are composed of anticline (includingdrape-anticline) pools,reef pools and stratigraphic pools.The third is the Western Pacificisland arc subbelt basically consisting of marine deposits.The oil and gas pools in eachsubbelt are distributed around the hydrocarbon generation depressions.
Download(CAJ format) Download(PDF format)
CAJViewer7.0 supports all the CNKI file formats; AdobeReader only supports the PDF format.
【References】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 1 Hits
1 SHEN Ji (State Key Laboratory of Lake Science and Environment, Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing 210008, P.R.China);Progress and prospect of palaeolimnology research in China[J];Journal of Lake Sciences;2009-03
【Citations】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 1 Hits
1 Luo Binjie Wang Youxiao Shen Ping Yang Xinghua Zheng Guodong ( Lanzhou Institute of Geology, Academia Sinica );CORRELATION OF TERRESTRIAL PETROLEUM IN CHINA AND AUSTRALIA AND DISCUSSION ON ITS FORMATION ENVIRONMENT[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;1987-01
【Co-citations】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 Shang Huiyun Jiang Naihuang (Scientific Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development, Beijing);SEDIMENTARY FACIES INDICATORS OF BIOMARKERS AND THEIR MOLECULAR PARAMETERS IN TERRESTRIAL BASINS[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;1983-01
2 An Zuoxiang ( Chinese Petroleum Society );ON CONTINENTAL DEPOSITIONAL PATTERN OF OIL AND GAS BASINS IN CHINA[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;1983-04
3 Li Keqin (Scientific Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development, Changqing Petroleum Exploration Administration);LATER TRIASSIC DELTAS IN SHANXI-GANSU-NINGXIA BASIN[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;1986-01
4 Wu Chongyun (Scientific Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development, Beijing);SANDBODIES IN LAKE BASIN[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;1986-04
5 Luo Binjie Li Xinyu Yang Xinghua (Lanzhou Institute or Geology. Academia Sinica) John Collen J.H. Johnston (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand);GENERAL BIOMARKER CHARACTERISTICS OF CRUDE OILS FROM NEW ZEALAND[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;1989-01
6 Wang Shenglang(Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development );Characteristics of A Kind of Broad Basin Shallow Lacustrine Deposit[J];FAULT-BLOCK OIL & GAS FIELD;1998-01
7 Xia Wenchen Zhou Jie (China University of Geosciences, Wuhan 430074);LACUSTRINE DEPOSITIONAL SYSTEM OF MESOZOIC AND CENOZOIC SEDIMENTARY BASIN IN EASTERN CHINA[J];;1992-05
8 Li Zhian, Zhang Sifu & Shi Long;DEPOSITIONAL MICROFACIES IN TOUTAI OILFIELD NORTHERN PART OF SONGLIAO BASIN[J];PETROLEUM GEOLOGY & OILFIELD DEUELOPMENT IN DAQING;1998-01
9 SHI Bao heng (CNPC,Beijing 100724) ZHANG Kang (China National Star Petroleum Corporation, Beijing 100083) JIANG Yan wen (Jianghan Petroleum Institute, Jingzhou 434102);The Fifty Years of China Petroleum Geology[J];JOURNAL OF JIANGHAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE;1999-03
10 Luo Binjie;Wang Chunjiang(Lanzhou institute OF Ceofogy, Chinese Academy of Sciences)Dong Chengmo;Lin Jinghao(Institute of peroleum Geology,DPR Korea);ORGANIC GEOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF OILS FROM ANZHOU BASIN,DPR KOREA[J];ACTA PETROLEI SINICA;1995-04
【Co-references】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 Deng Hongwen (China Univerity of Geology) Qian Kai (Geological Research Institute of Shengli Oilfield);THE GENETIC TYPES AND ASSOCIATION EVOLUTION OF DEEP LACUSTRINE FACIES MUDSTONES[J];Acta Sedimentologica Sinica;1990-03
2 Han Shuti (Geography Department of Xinjiang University, Urumqi) Yuan Yujiang (Xinjiang Meteorological Institute, Urumqi);THE SEQUENCE OF PALEOCLIMATIC VARIATION OF BALIKUN LAKE OF XINJIANG IN THE PART 35000 YEARS[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1990-03
3 LIN Rui fen, WEI Ke qin(Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510640, China);A δ~(13)C record of the organic matter in lacustrine sediments of the core ZHJfrom Lake Caohai and its palaeoclimate implications[J];GEOCHIMICA;2000-04
4 Zhang Penxi Zhang Baozhen Yang Wenbo (Qinghai Institute of Salt Lakes, Chinese Academy of Sciences);ON THE MODEL OF POST-GLACIAL PALAEOCLIMATIC FLUCTUATION IN QINGHAI LAKE REGION[J];Quaternary Sciences;1989-01
5 Wang Sumin Wu Ruijin Jiang Xinhe (Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences) (Xi'an Laboratory of Loess and Quaternary Geology, Chinese Academy of Sciences);ENVIRONMENT EVOLUTION AND PALEOCLIMATE OF DAIHAI LAKE, INNER MONGOLIA SINCE THE LAST GLACIATION[J];Quaternary Sciences;1990-03
6 Liu Jiaqi ① J. F. W. Negendank ② Wang Wenyuan ① Chu Guoqiang ① J. Mingram ② Guo Zhengfu ① Luo Xiangjun ① Chen Rui ① Liu Tungsheng ① (① Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beiji;THE DISTRIBUTION AND GEOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MAAR LAKES IN CHINA[J];QUATERNARY SCIENCES;2000-01
7 Zhu Liping ① Chen Ling ① Zhang Pingzhong ② Li Bingyuan ①(①Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101; ②Lanzhou Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou 7;COLD/WARM FLUCTUATIONS OF THE LAST 1 300 YEARS REFLECTED BY ENVIRONMENTAL MAGNETISM IN THE CHEN CO AREA, SOUTHERN TIBET[J];Quaternary Sciences;2001-06
8 Chu Guoqiang ① Gu Zhaoyan ① Xu Bing ① Liu Qiang ① Sun Qing ② Han Jingtai ① Liu Jiaqi ① (①Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing100029; ②National Research Center for Geoanalysis, Beijing100037);VARVECHRONOLOGY AND RADIOMETRIC DATING (~(137)Cs, ~(210)Pb) FROM THE SIHAILONGWAN MAAR,NORTHEASTERN CHINA[J];Quaternary Sciences;2005-02
9 Zhu Liping ① Ju Jianting ②⑤ Wang Junbo ① N.Mitsugu ③ M.Yoshimune ④ Wu Yanhong ②⑤ Feng Jinliang ① Xie Manping ①⑤ Lin Xiao ①⑤ (①Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100085; ②Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100101; ③School of Marine Sciences and Technology,Tokai University,Shizuoka 424-0902 Japan; ④Botanical Garden,Okayama University of Science,Okayama 700-0005 Japan; ⑤Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100049);ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES RECORDED IN CORE SEDIMENTS FROM THE PUMOYUM CO LAKE OF THE TIBETAN PLATEAU DURING THE INITIAL STAGE OF THE LAST DEGLACIAL PERIOD[J];Quaternary Sciences;2006-05
10 Wu Yanhong; Yang Xiangdong; Zhu Haihong (Nanijing Institate of Geography & Limnology Chinese Academy of Sciences Nanjing 210008);POLLEN ASSEMBLAGE AND PALEOCLIMATIC CHANGE IN HUKOU AREA OF POYANG LAKE FOR THE PAST 4500 YEARS[J];Journal of Lake Science;1997-01
©2006 Tsinghua Tongfang Knowledge Network Technology Co., Ltd.(Beijing)(TTKN) All rights reserved