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Application of Fluid-inclusion Analysis in Dividing Formation Stages of Carbonate Cements

SUN Jing1,JIN Zhen-kui2,XUE Jing-jing1(1.Research Institute of Exploration and Development,Xinjiang Oilfield Company,PetroChina,Karamay 834000,China;2.Faculty of Resources and Information,China University of Petroleum(Beijing),Beijing 102249,China)  
The main content in this paper is application of fluid-inclusion analysis in dividing formation stages of carbonate cements that formed in fractures belong to Cambrian and Ordovician rocks of West Hills Peking outcrops.The homogenization temperatures of salt-water inclusions mainly vary from 94 to 98℃ and 133 to 145℃,corresponding to salinities changing from 4 to 8.9%NaCl and 11.9 to 12.5%NaCl.The carbonate cements that formed from 1975 to 2075m and 2950 to 3250m can be divided into two periods of Ⅰand Ⅱ,corresponding to Middle Jurassic-Early Cretaceous and Paleogene,respectively.Both of two periods cements formed in the upper part of convection zone.
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