Series: Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress Volume: 18/A
The 30th International Geological Congress was held in Beijing, China in August 1997. Leading scientists convened to present their findings and views to the international geological research community. Volume 18a of 26 focuses on the geology of fossil fuels, specifically oil and gas. All articles in the proceedings have been refereed and keynote papers have been included in Volume 1. These proceedings aim to present a view of contemporary geology and should be of interest to researchers in the geological sciences.
Part 1 Theory of oil and gas generation in nonmarine basins and their conditions of accumulation: advances in hydrocarbon generation theory (1) - immature oil and gas generating hydrocarbon and evolutionary model, Huang Difan; characteristics and formation conditions of oil/gas fields (pools) in abnormal formation pressure environments in China, Wang Tingbin and Liu Bin; structural style and petroleum systems of the Songliao basin, Dou Lirong and Li Jinchao. Part 2 New prospects and targets of hydrocarbon in the 1990s: new oil and gas exploration frontiers and resources potential of old cratons in NE Asia, Hu Jianyi et al; optimization of oil deposits prospecting and exploration at the stage of a high degree of exploration of the territory (by the example of Tatarstan), R.Kh. Muslimov et al; geological characteristics of Central Gas Field in Shanganning Basin, China, Yang Juntie; the gas resource in tight sandstone in Sichuan basin, Guo Zhengwu; formation and distribution of coal measure-derived hydrocarbon accumulation in NW China, Zhao Wenzhi et al; oil and gas generation potential resources and prognosed highly perspective targets and operation works in sedimentary of search-prospecting, D.I. Drobot and E.V. Krasukov; the pattern of combination and individual division of gas-bearing basin in China and the strategic thinking for natural gas exploration, Qian Kai et al; coalbed methane in China - geology and exploration prospects, Chen Xiaodong and Zhang Shengli; petroleum geological features of Tertiary terrestrial Lunpola basin, Lei Qinling et al; assessment of oil and gas resources by 3-D modelling of Tarim basin, China, Wang Yingmin et al. Part 3 Reservoir characterization: the role of secondary mineralization for the formation of oil-gas reservoirs, E.E. Kanryushina; a study of the ore structure of major sandstone reservoirs in China, Shen Pingping et al; reservoir characterization of the Ekofisk field - a giant, fractured chalk reservoir in the Norwegian North Sea - phase 1 - reservoir description, B. Agarwal and S.C. Key; on interwell prediction for clastic reservoir, Huang Shiyan and Wang Kuangyuen. Part 4 Marine carbonate source beds and reservoir: the geochemical characteristics of marine oil in China, Huang Difan and Zhao Mengjun; stratigraphic zonation of Bangestan reservoir, Binak field, SW Iran, B.A. Habibnia and D. Javanbakht; reservoir of chalkfield Miocene reef-banks on Dongsha platform in South China Sea, Wu Xichun and Li Peihua; deformational characteristics and oil/gas accumulation in Tarin basin in China, Yang Kemong et al. Part 5 Oil/gas basin systems and others: oil and gas basin system, Zhao Zhongyuan and Jin Jiuqiang; the evolution of geotectonic system and formation of hydrocarbon generation in China, Wang Jingqi; petroleum geology and exploration direction of Qingzang plateau, He Zhiliang et al. (Part contents)
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