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Mar.  2005
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KANG Yu-zhu, 2005. PETROLEUM-FORMING CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPRESSIONAL SUPERIMPOSED BASINS IN NORTHWESTERN CHINA. Journal of Geomechanics, 11 (1): 1-10.
Citation: KANG Yu-zhu, 2005. PETROLEUM-FORMING CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPRESSIONAL SUPERIMPOSED BASINS IN NORTHWESTERN CHINA. Journal of Geomechanics, 11 (1): 1-10.

PETROLEUM-FORMING CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPRESSIONAL SUPERIMPOSED BASINS IN NORTHWESTERN CHINA

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  • Received: 2003-12-18
  • Published: 2005-03-28
  • The western region of China covers an area of 2.60 million km2, where more than 100 oil/gas fields have been found and there are very abundant oil/gas resources. Through several decades of research and exploration, the petroleum-forming characteristics of compressional superimposed basins in the region have been summarized, including polycyclic evolution, seven properties of tectonic deformation, poly-epochal hydrocarbon source rocks, several reservoir rock-cap rock combinations, four phases of accumulation formation, distinctive characteristics of oil/gas accumulations and characteristics of petroleum distribution.

     

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