Geochemistry of jurassic coal-derived hydrocarbon[s] of Turpan-Hami Basin Download PDF EPUB FB2
Huang Difan, Zhang Dajiang, Li Jinchao, and Huang Xiaoming,Hydrocarbon genesis of Jurassic coal measures in the Turpan Basin, China: Organic Geochem., v. 17, n. 6, p. – (in Chinese with English abstract).
CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 2. literature about the Jurassic coals in the Ordos Basin except some brief references to coal petrology (Wang et al., ) and a previous study by Dou et al. () on 23 trace elements in coals from the Shendong coalfield in the northern Ordos Basin.
In this paper, the author investigates petrology and geochemistry of the Jurassic coals in. The Turpan–Hami basin, covering an area of approximatkm2 in NW China, contains concealed sandstone-type U deposits in a Jurassic sequence of sandstone, mudstone and coal beds.
This study will briefly describe one of the many Middle Jurassic lacustrine systems contained within northwest China: the Qiketai Formation (J 2 q) of the Turpan-Hami basin (Figures 1–3). Based on measured outerop stratigraphic sections, detailed borehole core descriptions, and well log data, Qiketai Formation deposits covered an area of nearly km × 40 km along depositional strike and.
A typical case of coal-derived oils in China, i.e. the crude oils from the Middle-Lower Jurassic coal measure strata in the Turpan Basin, is presented.
By means of oil-source correlation, it is confirmed that low maturity crude oil in the Shengjinkou oil field is derived from the coal-bearing Qiketai Formation of Middle Jurassic age, a brackish Cited by: chemical composition data and 82 isotopic composition data of gas samples collected from the Taibei Depression of the Turpan-Hami Basin, West China, were used in the study of their origin.
Non-hydrocarbon gas is poor in most samples whereas abundant nitrogen in some samples is positively correlated with δ13C1. Although methane is the main constituent, higher molecular gaseous hydrocarbons Cited by: 1.
chemical composition data and 82 isotopic composition data of gas samples collected from the Taibei Depression of the Turpan-Hami Basin, West China, were used in the study of their origin.
Non-hydrocarbon gas is poor in most samples whereas abundant nitrogen in some samples is positively correlated with δ13C1. Although methane is the main constituent, higher molecular gaseous hydrocarbons. Organic petrology and geochemistry of Triassic and Jurassic coals of the Tabas Basin, Northeastern/Central Iran Nazanin Zamansani1 • Mohammad Ali Rajabzadeh1 • Ralf Littke2 • Laura Zieger2 • Alireza Baniasad2 Received: 13 October /Revised: 1 July /Accepted: 4 July /Published online: 18 July Author: Nazanin Zamansani, Mohammad Ali Rajabzadeh, Ralf Littke, Laura Zieger, Alireza Baniasad.
2 Geochemical characteristics of hydrocarbons from the Vulcan Sub-basin Regional geology The Vulcan Sub-basin is a northeast–southwest-trending Mesozoic extensional depocentre in the western Bonaparte Basin (Fig.
1) and comprises a complex series of horsts, grabens and terraces. The major grabens are the Swan andFile Size: 1MB. Most oils found in the basin belong to the Jurassic oil family. Distinct regional variations in the maturity and composition of the Jurasssic oil family are evident.
These can be explained by the regional maturity pattern of the principal source rock, and by the co‐contribution of a secondary, slightly younger source‐rock interval, which. Most oils found in the basin belong to the Jurassic oil family.
Distinct regional variations in the maturity and composition of the Jurasssic oil family are evident. These can be explained by the regional maturity pattern of the principal source rock, and by the co‐contribution of a secondary, slightly younger source‐rock interval, which Cited by: Geochemical characteristics and possible origin of natural gas in the Taibei Depression, Turpan-Hami Basin, China Article in Chinese Journal of Geochemistry 29(3) September with Petroleum Exploration & Development ››Vol.
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Earth Science Frontiers 6 Cited by: The Western Desert of Egypt still has a significant hydrocarbon potential as recent oil and gas discoveries have suggested (Dolson et al., ) with as much as 90% of oil reserves and 80% of gas in the Western Desert’s Basins yet to be discovered (Zein El-Din et al., ).Recent hydrocarbon discoveries that have been made in the Abu Gharadig Basin and the Shoushan Basin to the NW are Cited by: ().
Hydrocarbon preservation and formation water geochemistry in abnormal pressure system in the Bawu area of Lishu depression, Songliao Basin, China. Petroleum Science and Technology: Vol. 37, No. 10, pp. Cited by: 1. Revised models for hydrocarbon generation, migration and accumulation in Jurassic coal measures of the Turpan Basin, NW China Article in Organic Geochemistry.
Abstract. This paper using sedimentology, organic petrology and geochemistry studies the oil-related, Early and Middle Jurassic terrestrial coal measures, Junggar and Turpan-Hami Basins, NW China, shows that: (1) the oil generated in the main generating stage is earlier and generates from fluorescent desmocollinite (desmocollinite B), bituminite, cutinite and suberinite; (2) the oil-generating Author: Jin Kuili, Yao Supig, Wei Hui, Hao Duohu.
The Tarim Basin is the largest petroliferous basin in China, and has many deep-buried oil and gas reservoirs with complex migration and accumulation histories (Zhu et al., c).The Kuqa Depression is located in the northern margin of the basin, with Mesozoic and Cenozoic deposits in dominance (Fig.
1a).The depression is structurally NEE-trending, with an area of approximately × 10 4 km Cited by: The second major type of oil is nonindigenous to the Powder River Basin and is correlated to the remote Upper Permian Phosphoria Formation source area centered in southeastern Idaho.
This oil entered northeastern Wyoming during Late Jurassic time, before the Powder River Basin formed, through carrier beds of Pennsylvanian and Permian age.
Organic geochemistry of Carboniferous and Lower Permian source rocks, Turpan-Hami Basin, NW China Gao Gang 1, *, Liang Hao 2, Li Huaming 2, Jiao Lixin 2, Wang Zhiyong 2 and Hou Quanzheng 2 1. China University of Petroleum, BeijingChina; by: 7. For example, the average δ 13 C value is –‰ and –‰ for the Jurassic crude oil and condensate in the Turpan Basin respectively (Wang et al.,Chen et al., ), –‰ for the typical Jurassic coal-measure derived oil in the eastern Junggar Basin (Chen et al., a, Chen et al., b, Chen et al., ), and around Cited by: 5.
WANG Xiaofeng, LIU Wenhui, SHI Baoguang, et al. Hydrogen isotope characteristics of thermogenic methane in Chinese sedi- mentary basins.
Organic Geochemistry,83/ â€“  WANG Changgui, CHENG Keming, XU Yongchang, et al. Geochemistry of the Jurassic coal-derived hydrocarbon in the Turpan-Hami Basin. Middle Jurassic coaly strata are thermally mature in the southern part of the Søgne Basin and probably also in the north, whereas they are largely immature in the central part of the basin.
HI max values of the Middle Jurassic coals range from ∼– mg HC/g TOC indicating that Cited by: Based on the systematic analyses of fifteen typical crude oils and ten typical potential source rocks collected from the Qaidam, Tarim and Turpan basins, Northwest China, the geochemical characteristics of the oils and source rocks were investigated and oil-source rock correlations undertaken.
The oils and source rocks deposited in saline lacustrine environment from the western Qaidam Basin Cited by: 2. Abstract. Based on the systematic study of aromatic hydrocarbons in over crude oil samples collected from the Tabei and Tazhong uplifts in the Tarim Basin, the western depression area in the Qaidam Basin and the Tabei depression in the Turpan Basin, the geochemical characteristics of the marine (Tarim Basin), saline lacustrine (Qaidam Basin), and swamp (Turpan Basin) oils were Cited by: 4.
Sedimentology, Organic Geochemistry, and Petroleum Potential of Jurassic Coal Measures: Tarim, Junggar, and Turpan Basins, Northwest China1 Marc S. Hendrix,2 Simon C. Brassell,3 Alan R. Carroll,4 and Stephan A. Graham5. As such, the Jurassic petroleum system of the Turpan–Hami Basin is a mixed oil system derived from pre-Jurassic lacustrine mudstones and the Middle–Lower Jurassic coaly source rocks.
WANG Changgui, CHENG Keming, XU Yongchang, et al. Coal derived hydrocarbon geochemistry of Jurassic in Tuha Basin. Beijing: Science Press,  CHENG Keming.
Oil and gas generation in Tuha Basin. Beijing: Petroleum Industry Press,  SMITH G C, COOK A by: 2. Special Issues. Following special issues within this section are currently open for submissions: Trace Elements in Carbonates: Isotopic and Geochronological Record (Deadline: 31 May ) Geochemistry and Geochronology of Organic-rich Sediments and Hydrocarbons (Deadline: 31 May ); Elemental and Isotope Geochemistry of the Earth’s Critical Zone (Deadline: 31 May ).Organic geochemical analyses of crude oils and core samples of dark-colored shales from the greater Anadarko basin show three major oil types which generally correlate with reservoir age and source-rock age.
Analyses include C3-C30 whole-oil gas chromatography, C10+ saturated-hydrocarbon-fraction gas chromatography, and carbon stable isotopes (ppt relative to PDB) of. Read Volume 19 Issue 2 of Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis.