By Chengzao Jia
"Characteristics of chinese language Petroleum Geology: Geological beneficial properties and Exploration situations of Stratigraphic, Foreland and Deep Formation Traps" systematically provides the development made in petroleum geology in China and highlights the most recent advances and achievements in oil/gas exploration and study, particularly in stratigraphic, foreland and deep formation traps. The booklet is meant for researchers, practitioners and scholars operating in petroleum geology, and is additionally an authoritative reference paintings for overseas petroleum exploration specialists who are looking to research extra approximately this box in China.
As President of the chinese language Petroleum Society, former Vice-President of PetroChina corporation constrained, and Academician of the chinese language Academy of Sciences, Dr. Chengzao Jia has been engaged in geological study for 30 years and in oil/gas exploration for greater than 20 years.
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During the late Cenozoic era, because surrounding mountains were rapidly uplifted, the mountain front depression zone should display a rapid subsidence, which formed a series of thrust belts that surrounded the eastern side and northern side of the Tibetan plateau. Due to the differentiation in the physical properties of the lithology in sedimentary strata, some décollement surfaces were formed inside strata, which offered a varied type of structural deformation. Also, this helped develop the combination of fault-related folds, salt-related folds and the combination of strike-slip fault and thrust fault.
From the edge to the center of the basin, the depositional facies were transformed from alluvial fan → river → delta → lake shore →deep lacustrine. During the lake transgression period, the lake shore facies developed very well. However, during the lake regression period, the delta facies expanded wonderfully. The deposits of river facies were primarily formed during the structural reversal phase and the continental rift phase. Fig. 9. Cress section of depositional system and stratigraphic column of the Upper Cretaceous series in Songliao basin (see Fig.
5. Structural section (W-E) of Sichuan basin The following are the developmental stages of the North China plate and Eerduosi basin (Li, 2002). The crystalline basement was fused during the Mesoproterozoic era. From the Sinian–Ordovician periods, the ancient North China plate was positioned near the equator and it was surrounded by the Mongolian ocean and Qinling ocean. The aulacogen and the rift basin were formed on the edge of the plate and they predominately received carbonate sediments. From the Silurian–Devonian periods, the North China plate was elevated above the water; the early Paleozoic marine carbonate rocks were eroded away and a sedimentary hiatus commonly occurred.