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CHARACTERISTICS OF MUD-MOUNT EVOLUTION AND OIL POTENTIAL IN YINGGEHAI BASIN

He Jiaxiong Zan Lisheng Chen Longcao Huang Huoyao (Nanhai West Oil Corporation)  
The formation and evolution of mud-mounts in the Yinggehai Basin are closelyrelated to hydrocarbon generation,migration and accumulation.1.The mud mounts are distributed in Oligocene Yacheng Formation and the MioceneSanya and Meishan Formations.The formation,evolution and distribution is decided bymaterial base—the rapidly deposited,high thickness and undercompacting mud shales,regional dynamics and gravity factor.2.Mud mounts themselves are source rocks;abnormal high temperature and highpressure produced by their evolution is the motive force for hydrocarbon generation andmigration,especially for high pressure natural gases soluted in water.3.The mud mount uplift structural belts are mostly distributed in the central part ofthe basin or the deeper parts of the depressions that are favourable locations for hydrocar-bon migration and accumulation.It is predicted that the pools of mud mounts within thebasin are mainly anticline,semianticline and noze types,and then faulted-noze type.4.The mud mount uplift structral belts in the central part and the fault-block struc-tural belts in the southeast,having abundant hydrocarbon source and fine accumulationand preservation conditions,are favourable enrichment zones,and should be taken as im-portant targets for recent exploration;No.1 fault-structural belt could be taken as explo-ration target in the future due to its poor accumulation and preservation conditions.
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