The base construction in Xinjiang may be divided into three stages: oil and gas exploration and development should be paid the same attention from the end of the century to year 2010, with the exploration depth of 3～6 km;
Over 70 percent of the clastic rocks is medium-fine-graine d sandstone,whose pore types are primary intergranular pores with porosity of 10%～20% and permeability of(1～1 000)× 10 -3 μm 2. The Keziles u Grou p is the important strata for oil and gas exploration in the Mesozoic in the Tar im Basin.
Factors controlling oil-gas exploration include the mechanism and process of reservoir-forming,the distribution of oil-gas ,especially the understanding to exploration potential of reservoir below 2 000 m.
Due to the inhomogeneous maturity of source rocks in this area, gas exploration would mainly be carried out in the Lower Paleozoic areas, while oil and gas exploration would be in the Upper Paleozoic ones.
Deepwater margin of the eastern Arctic: A promising region for oil and gas exploration
The discovery not only shows that the Tula Basin can generate hydrocarbon and take on great exploration prospects but also has great implications for the oil and gas exploration in the Qaidam Basin.
Automation of the method helps to improve its application for routine light-hydrocarbon analysis in rock samples of oil and gas exploration wells.
"Compression dynamometamorphic solid bitmen" and its significance in oil and gas exploration
Ecological and geochemical investigations in the Ob estuary at sites of hydrocarbon exploration drilling
Forecasting subtle traps by sequence stratigraphy and 3D seismic data is a sensitive topic in hydrocarbon exploration.
It is a New Geophysics with implications for almost all solid-earth geosciences, including hydrocarbon exploration and production, and earthquake forecasting.
Seismic responses of texture-sequence models and their applications in hydrocarbon exploration
Highlighting and analyzing the geological features of faults and fractures in seismic data is particularly important for hydrocarbon exploration and exploitation since they are often essential for finding and delineating reservoirs.
Deep-seated gas exploration is an important potential field for oil-gas exploration.
The new division is of significance to the oil-gas exploration of the basin and the interpretation of the sedimentary and tectonic history and the geographic environment of Liupanshan area during the early Mesozoic.
Fluid inclusions in the Xichang Basin and their applications in oil-gas exploration