Petroleum Geological Dynamics Of Lower Paleozoic In The Ordos Basin, Northwest China
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Journal Article: Petroleum Geological Dynamics Of Lower Paleozoic In The Ordos Basin, Northwest China
AbstractTaking the hydrocarbon source rocks of Ordovician, Lower Paleozoic in the Ordos Basin as the main research object, the characteristics of petroleum geological dynamics about geohistory, geothermal history, hydrocarbon generation history and hydrocarbon expulsion history were studied by using the methods of basin numerical modeling dynamically and pool-forming dynamics, it is shown that the Ordovician strata had entirely undergone five stages of initial deposition, uplift and erosion, rapid subsidence, alternating uplift and subsidence, and differential uplift and erosion; that under the background of lower heat flow on the whole, the paleoheat flow of Ordovician strata in the basin could be divided into two large stages of relatively high heat flow values period before Cretaceous deposition and relatively low ones after it; that the thermal evolution of organic matters in the hydrocarbon source rocks of Ordovician had entered into high mature-postmature stage on the whole and the intensity of gas generated was greater than that of oil generated, the hydrocarbon being mainly natural gas; and that the curves of the intensity of oil and gas expulsion at each time unit showed the feature of multi-peak-type, the accumulative intensity of gas expulsion was greater than that of oil expulsion. Thus natural gas exploration potential is good.
- J. R. Ye, P. D. Zhao and M. D. Lu
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- Science in China Series D-Earth Sciences, 2000
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J. R. Ye,P. D. Zhao,M. D. Lu. 2000. Petroleum Geological Dynamics Of Lower Paleozoic In The Ordos Basin, Northwest China. Science in China Series D-Earth Sciences. (!) .