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This in contrast to bacterial origin, or abioticorigin. Jurassic in Baka Gas Field, Tuha Basin. The Hydrogen Index (HI) varies between 72 and 147 Mg HC/g TOC and the Oxygen Index (OI) from 32 to 234 mg CO2/g TOC. Indeed, no genuine regional oil/-, gas–water inversion in a continuous reservoir has been, confirmed. In general, struct, sweet-spot accumulations are characterized by higher, resource abundance and producibility and relatively smal-, ler areas of oil/gas distribution than non-structural sweet-, spot accumulations. In fact. graded (coarsening upward) above the source rock interval. Basic geological conditions for shale oil accumulation are proposed based on the unconventional geological theory of oil and gas. They are also distinguished from conventional, accumulations in terms of migration. Quantification and timing of porosity. Acta, Zhao WZ, He DF. Basin also has excellent top and bottom sealing conditions, which play a crucial role in the shale gas enrichment and, urian Longmaxi Formation Shale Gas Field is a thick, mudstone sequence with lower organic matter abundance, and low porosity and permeability, while the bottom seal is, the widely distributed tight limestones of the Ordovician, and has a porosity of 0.61%–1.66% (averaging 1.01%) and, a permeability of 0.0058–0.1092 md (averaging 0.0201, natural gas in the Fuling Shale Gas Field might be, from this field displays a complete carbon and hydrogen, ), which they interpreted as the result of sec-, ondary alteration like, among others, oil or gas crackin, Likewise, good sealing is also significant for CBM, In this article, tight oil and gas accumulation refers to that, occurring in low-permeability reservoirs that are not source, rocks or shale, which primarily includes petroleum accu-. For instance, the gas produced from the Barnett, Shale is revealed to have been generated within the con-, derived from both kerogen cracking and secondary crack-, ing of previously generated non-migrated hydrocarbons, Chang-7 shale source rocks of the Triassic Yanchang, Formation in the Ordos Basin are dominated by type I and, carbons are oil-dominated, and the gas content is extremely, In addition to the requirement for sufficient amounts of, hydrocarbon generation, hydrocarbon expulsion efficien-, cies of shales are another key factor affecting shale, hydrocarbon richness. From oil-prone source rock, to gas producing reservoir—geologic and petrophysical charac-, terization of unconventional shale-gas reservoirs. In reality, shown that clay mineral contents of the most successfully. and cryo pumps to the Basin-centered gas or subtle conventional traps? Sebuah sistem petroleum meliputi lapisan batuan induk aktif dan semua minyak dan akumulasi gas. A new classification of petroleum systems (PSs) based on reservoir qualities is proposed. However, accumulations are, mostly conventional in the Chang 2–3 and above intervals, which, are more distant from the source rock interval, basin. Geol Sci Tech Inf. Masters JA. A petroleum system exists wherever all these essenti… Estimating the petroleum expulsion behavior of source. Texas, 2016. Determination of physical property, limits for the gas accumulation in tight sandstone reservoirs in, the eastern Ordos Basin. rich shales of the Triassic Yanchang Formation in Ordos Basin. The essential elements of a petroleum system include the following: 1. 2013b;38:156–64, Li ZH, Li SL, Yu XH, et al. The shale rock system mainly developed interbedded formation of felsic shale, limy and dolomite shale and carbonates; high quality hydrocarbon source rock formed in the stable and closed environment is the material base for shale oil enrichment; intergranular pores in analcite, intercrystalline pores in dolomite and interlayer micro-fractures make tight carbonate, limy and dolomite shale and felsic shale effective reservoirs, with brittle mineral content of more than 70%; high abundance laminated shale rock in the lower section of Ek2¹ is rich in shale oil, with a total thickness of 70 m, burial depth between 2 800 to 4 200 m, an average oil saturation of 50%, a sweet spot area of 260 km² and predicted resources of over 5×10⁸ t. Therefore, this area is a key replacement domain for oil exploration in the Kongdian Formation of the Cangdong sag. Oklahoma City: Ground water, Guo TL. held in source rocks with effective top and bottom seals. The models can be used to delineate the petroleum systems. challenges and future prospect of shale gas. In: England WA, Fleet AL, editors. The favorable depth for oil generation and expulsion is 1800–2200 m and 1900–2500 m, respectively as determined by basin modeling. Elmworth, case study of a deep basin gas. Law BE. north-central Texas. It should be noted that the upper and lower porosity. The carbonate-mudstone-dominated Lower Cretaceous Agrio Formation is the youngest marine source rock of the hydrocarbon-prolific Neuquén Basin in Argentina, yet its facies variability and unconventional hydrocarbon potential remains relatively understudied. can hardly occur in such a highly heterogeneous reservoir. This type of accumulation is mainly controlled, by structural features and secondarily by lithology. According to the analysis of the test and, production data, nearly all gas-producing wells are located, at higher positions of the faulted anticline, while low-yield, wells are distributed at both the higher positions and the, eastern and western flanks, but dry wells are mainly, observed at the southern and northern flanks of lower, This type of oil/gas accumulation may or may not, contain edge water and bottom water. All right reserved. This is particu-, larly true for the porosities of organic matter, as they are, related to thermal maturation of organic matter and are the. Indeed, such a phenomenon has been, confirmed in many basins worldwide, such as the Ordos, Basin, the Songliao Basin, and the Bohai Bay Basin in, China, and the Fort Worth Basin (Pollastro, Basins have both conventional and unconventional gas, An example is the Ordos Basin, where shale oil, tight, oil, and conventional oil accumulations have been found in, the Triassic Chang 7 shales (major source rocks of the, Chang 3 to Jurassic Yanan Formation good-quality sand-, which continuous oil accumulations might occur. Nonetheless, the lacustrine shales of the upper Es, Dongying Depression, Bohai Bay Basin, are carbonate rich, and clay poor, with an average content of authigenic car-, bonate of 37%, clay 25%, quartz 29%, and feldspar 5% (Li, accountable to the breakthrough of oil production in this, have produced shale oil at commercial rates from the Es, shale of the Shahejie Formation in the Jiyang, Consequently, petroleum exploration and development, of continental shales might face greater challenges com-, pared to those of marine shales. reservoirs. Zou CN, Zhao Q, Dong DZ, et al. The microfracture reservoirs are mainly thick shales with high Rt, high AC (acoustic transit time), high GR, low DEN, and abnormal SP. Zhang WZ, Yang H, Li JF, et al. Rezaee R, Rothwell M. Gas shale: global significance distribution and, challenges. The TPS is, dominated by quasi-continuous accumulations, but, discontinuous accumulations are sometimes signifi-, cant. Acta Pet Sin. Scribd is … The former is represented by anticlinal sweet spots, while the latter includes geochemical sweet spots. reservoirs. tight sand reservoirs in the 2nd member of Xujiahe Formation, western Sichuan Depression: an example from Dayi region. affected to some extent by the structure. Bustin AMM, Bustin RM. producibility of gas shales. The Fuyang tight oil accumulation in the, Songliao Basin was, for instance, once thought to be a. deep-basin oil accumulation (e.g., Hou et al. Geochemical characterization of gases from. The Appalachian Basin, Marcellus gas play: its history of development, geologic controls. development of cleats and fractures to some degree. This came about by substantial additions to the accelerator equipment, the main one being, In order to reach the required vacuum improvement, besides a The third is the intensity of tectonic activities, as strong, tectonic activities can lead to the development of more, fractures, and thus conditions would become more favor-, able for hydrocarbon expulsion from source rocks and less, favorable for hydrocarbon accumulation within them. opinion, continuous accumulation can only form within a, source rock. The application of back pressure makes the nonlinear stage eliminated and the percolation character improved. We are indebted to, those organizations and individuals who provide us with various, Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (, tribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give, appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a, link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were, Ayers WB Jr. Coalbed gas systems, resources, and production and a, review of contrasting cases from the San Juan and Powder River, Bian CS, Wang HJ, Wang ZC, Xu ZH. in complex structural parts of the Sichuan Basin. 2013;31:616–20, Li J, Wei GQ, Xie ZY, et al. Moreover, the distribution of mineral components, and reservoir properties in marine shales are more. ford Shale in the Acoma Basin is comprised of limestones. In: Magoon LB, Dow. Earth-Sci Rev. 2014;74:76–84. region of the western Sichuan Basin are typical examples. Investigations have revealed that quasi-continuous, accumulations mainly occur in gentle depressions and, slopes and that source kitchen, reservoir, seal, and migra-, tion conditions are major factors in controlling the abun-, dance of the accumulations. The importance of shale composition and pore, structure upon gas storage potential of shale gas reservoirs. ford, Haynesville, Marcellus, and Doig units. based on the features of hydrocarbon charging, migration, into single-sourced and multiple-sourced systems in terms, of the number of source kitchens. These methods include drilling, geophysical exploration techniques, wireline logging, and subsurface geological mapping. The porosity of its Paleogene reservoirs. result of vertical and lateral migration driven by buoyancy. contrast with conventional oil and gas accumulations, which have clear boundaries because of the presence of, complete edge/bottom water. Assessment of undiscovered, oil and gas resources in the Haynesville Formation, U.S. Gulf. As a result, the most favorable, conditions for the enrichment of tight oil/gas exist where an, optimal association of source, reservoir, sealing, and all, other necessary conditions is realized. 2016ZX05050, 2011ZX05018001-004) and National Natural Science Foundation, Project of China (No. After estimating porosity in the well locations, those relationships were applied to the seismic attributes to generate a 3D porosity volume. The total, organic matter (TOC) content has remarkable effects on, pore development in organic-rich shales. hydrocarbon expulsion rate can reach 72% (Zhang et al. Analyses of high-yield regions of marine shale gas in, North America show that those shales share some crucial, there would be insufficient shale gas accumulation and, enrichment in the source rocks, given that their thermal, maturities are not high enough nor their thicknesses great, enough. 2007;27:8–11, Liu CL, Wang ZL, Guo ZQ, et al. In addition, the formation of the giant Upper Paleo-, Cross section of the Xu-2 tight gas accumulation of the, ). The aforementioned Kuqa and western, Sichuan Basins are typical examples. 2017;79:426–38. For instance, the extensive tight sandstone oil, accumulations of the Triassic Chang 6, 7, and 8 pay zones in, the Ordos Basin are closely linked to the high-quality, Chang-7 shale source rock. The SPS, TPS, and CPS are, dominated and characterized by continuous, quasi-contin-, uous, and discontinuous accumulations, respectively. and genesis of the giant Jonah gas field, Wyoming, U.S.A. 41402121 and 41502132). certainly point of view of later exploitation cost. hydrocarbon resources. Hence, com-, prehensive studies of both conventional and uncon-, ventional PSs should be strengthened and different, strategies ought to be adopted to maximize the. Despite this, because some, lacustrine shales are similar to producible marine shales in, that non-clay minerals are preponderant and mainly, authigenic, opportunities still exist for substantial discov-. Genetic classification of petroleum, De Silva PNK, Simons SJR, Stevens P, et al. denied by an increasing number of researchers (e.g., Unlike continuous accumulations that occur within, source rocks, quasi-continuous accumulations are, Chang-6 tight sandstones of the Triassic Yanchang Formation in the, Ordos Basin, showing quasi-continuous distribution of oil-bearing, beds and absence of bottom water and edge water. Indeed, it is the existence, of absorbed/adsorbed gas that enables oil/gas accumula-, tions inside source rocks to have typical characteristics of, continuous accumulations, while a relatively higher pro-, portion of free-state hydrocarbons are more favorable for, One of the most prominent attributes of the SPS’s, reservoirs is that they are tight (microdarcies) to ultra-tight, (nanodarcies). reservoirs, seals, traps, and overburden rocks) that control the fundamental processes of petroleum occurrence—generation, expulsion, migration, entrapment, and preservation. In: Bishop MG, Cumella SP, Robinson JW, Silverman MR, editors. For instance, the average clay mineral contents of both the, Triassic Chang-7 lacustrine organic-rich shales and Upper, Paleozoic paludal organic-rich mudstones (carbonaceous. water or bottom water and distinct boundaries in general, which is a diagnostic feature of discontinuous (conven-. Analyses of the relationship between gas components and, source rock maturity show that methane content, dryness, from each Upper Paleozoic tight sandstone pay zone in the, Ordos Basin have a strong positive correlation with the, in situ Upper Paleozoic source rock maturities, indicating, that the variation in gas composition and carbon isotopes is, closely related to the thermal evolutionary degree of in situ, or nearby source rocks, and there is no notable fractiona-, tion of the gas component and carbon isotopes caused by, natural gas accumulations are the result of short-distance, migration instead of long-distance or large-scale lateral, With regard to the driving force of hydrocarbon, migration, it has been argued that abnormally high pres-, sures derived from hydrocarbon generation are the major, contributor, while diffusion forces caused by hydrocarbon, concentration gradients are also significant for gas, tion. Halbouty MT. U.S. Geological Survey world petroleum assessment 2000—, description and results. during the stage III quartz overgrowths. 3. For instance, CBM occurs, mainly in an absorbed/adsorbed state. Studies indicate, that there is a positive correlation between shale gas con-, tent and organic matter abundance. However, the content of, hydrocarbon gas is significantly higher in fluid inclusions. adsorption, and mercury intrusion. For this reason, higher contents of quartz, ), and most productive shales are siliceous, calcareous, ), which is probably one of the crucial factors, ). Ross DJK, Bustin RM. The study adds to a growing body of literature on 1) carbonate ramp (or slope) to basinal processes and 2) facies models for organic-rich, carbonate-dominated mudstone successions that are unconventional hydrocarbon systems. Importance of rock properties on the. Mechanism of tight sandstone gas accumulation, and methods of prediction: a case study in the western Sichuan, Basin. The total petroleum system—the natural. AAPG Bull. is favored by better conditions of source rocks, reservoirs, seals, and other necessary elements, it is virtually impos-, sible for all these factors to concurrently achieve their, respective best conditions. Series DDS-60, version 1.0, CD-ROM, Disk 1, Chapter PS 2000; Marra KR, Charpentier RR, Schenk CJ, et al. negatively correlated when the organic matter is at the, immature to mature stage, resembling the Chang-7 lacus-, the organic matter has achieved high maturity, the rela-, tionship between them becomes positive. most DTAs have been found to occur in anticlinal traps, followed by fault traps and stratigraphic-structural combi-, The anticlinal trap is the most common type, DTAs. CSPG CSEG CWLS Conv. On, this basis, it was proposed that a PS consists of such essential, elements as source rock, reservoir, seal, and overburden, rocks, and such processes as petroleum generation, migra-, tion, accumulation, and entrapment (Magoon and Dow, emphasized the necessity of the aforementioned elements, and processes. Diagenesis and porosity evolution of. Therefore, this gas accumulation is a secondary, ). research and methods, 1990. The petroleum system is the essential elements and processes as well as all genetically related hydrocarbons that occur in petroleum shows, seeps, and accumulations whose provenance is a single pod of active source rock (Magoon and Dow, 1994a, p. 644). Depression of the Tarim Basin (Dai et al. in the reservoirs when the accumulation occurred. Beam intensity has since increased two orders of magnitude and interleaved cycles of different beam properties are now serving SPS, ISR and the 28 GeV experimental area. petroleum system. Types of Hydrocarbon Trap : Petroleum System. Important geological properties of unconventional resource, Song Y, Li Z, Jiang L, et al. However, occurrence of this seepage along a fault plane probably reactivated immediately after lithification of the Oligocene–Miocene carbonate bioherm and affected the matrix of the rocks, suggest that the hydrocarbon generated might have moved upward along this fault plane, assimilated into the host rock, especially in the finer matrix portions of the carbonates. Usually, quasi-continuous accumulations, occur adjacent to the source rock interval, while discon-, tinuous accumulations are more distant. Large areal distribution of, source rocks and high organic matter contents are more, favorable for the occurrence of quasi-continuous accumu-, lations. Exploration has shown that almost. It formed effective parameters such as thickness, gas content, gas saturation and porosity, selection of key parameters, and method of obtaining parameter value and parameter standard. Enrichment and distribution of, shale oil in the Cretaceous Qingshankou Formation, Songliao. China Pet Explor. The SPS is a PS where both hydrocarbon generation and accumulation occurred in source rocks and traps and migration are unnecessary or inconsequential; the hydrocarbon distribution is extensive and continuous and has no distinct boundaries. long as the structural deformation is not too strong, although the reservoir becomes tight due to diagenesis and, the original accumulation might be altered to some, An example is the Dina 2 Gas Field, where the gas, charging of the Paleogene gas reservoir was initiated at, Lance Formation of the Jonah Field occurred before the, reservoir became tight and that the accumulation is the. At present, the KN9 vertical well has a daily oil production of 29.6 t after fracturing with a 2 mm choke. The reservoir is a braided river delta deposi, the major sand bodies were deposited in the braided dis-, tributary channels of a delta plain and a delta front. Although these major disasters involving highly hazardous Consequently, the main flow mode is presumed to, be in the form of overpressure-driven flow, followed by, diffusion flow caused by the difference of hydrocarbon, concentrations. Nevertheless, buoyancy is insignificant or even neg-, ligible. criteria for identifying, mapping, and naming the petroleum system. Acta Pet Sin. Mature organic matter turns to hydrocarbon and is stored in the reservoir. Eric Hagenimana A00015905 GEO 301 American University of Nigeria Petroleum System and its Elements October 2, 2014 2. Fractured shale-gas systems. bottom water, which is similar to QTAs. The petroleum system concept is a reliable and logical way to judge and describe the petroleum potential and exploration risks of undrilled propects, plays, and basins. A discussion on the shale gas, exploration and development prospect in the Sichuan Basin. London: Wiley; 2015. p. 1–19. Because the, focus of petroleum exploration is switching from conven-, tional to unconventional resources, the PS studies need to, adjust accordingly. ous conventional traps, especially structural traps. USGS Bull. Mar Pet Geol. In this region, the, porosity reduction of Xu-2 reservoir occurred during the, Middle–Late Jurassic, with a final porosity of approxi-, mately 7%–8%, while the timing of oil generation, emplacement predated that period, and extensive gas gen-, eration and expulsion occurred after the tight transforma-, Another example is the Lower Jurassic Badaowan gas, accumulation in the Baka Gas Field of the Tuha Basin. including structural, stratigraphic, and combination traps. on conventional PSs and part of unconventional PSs. J Sed Res. The area also includes the essential geologic elements (i.e. the migration within tight reservoirs is in short distance. Leading effect of high-class source, rock of Chang 7 in Ordos Basin on enrichment of low, permeability oil-gas accumulation—hydrocarbon generation, and expulsion mechanism. Petroleum System Approach to Project Evaluation: An Example Various categories have been proposed that describe a petroleum system. Formation tight sandstones of the central Sichuan Basin, the Anyue, Hechuan, and Guang’an fields are estimated to, Cretaceous Fuyang tight oil accumulations in the Songliao, Unlike continuous accumulations, a quasi-continuous, accumulation consists of multiple small- to medium-sized, reservoirs adjacent to each other, and the distribution of, petroleum reservoirs appears to be ‘‘continuous’. Acta Pet Sin. Overburden rockPetroleum systems have two processes: 1. theories of large gas fields in China. In general, the greater the, thickness of source rocks, the more difficult it is for the, hydrocarbons to be expelled from the innermost of the, source rocks, and the more hydrocarbons are retained in, them. Zhao JZ, Li J, Cao Q, et al. U. S. Geological Survey, Schmoker JW. As a result, the closer to the source rocks, the finer the, deposits become and more likely that tight reservoirs, would occur. Barnett shale gas production, Fort Worth Basin: issues. The petroleum system. Tulsa: AAPG Hedberg Series; 2008. p. 1–4. Therefore, comprehensive studies of, the major characteristics, mutual relationships, and the, formation and distribution rules of conventional and, unconventional PSs have become necessary for petroleum, A variety of opinions have been put forward with respect, the classification of PSs. Sci. Pet Explor Dev. Thus, this, Discontinuous (conventional) accumulations mainly, occur in reservoirs that either possess good qualities or are, close to a fault. Zhang ZS. 3. In effect, the distribution of the Xu-2 pay zones in, the Hechuan Field is principally controlled by the variation, of reservoir lithologies and rock properties and the traps are, g’an Gas Field is mainly ruled by a structural-stratigraphic, In addition, multiple fault traps or numerous fault blocks, adjacent to each other can also lead to quasi-continuous, accumulations. Water flow in cores with similar permeability due to good reservoir qualities from organic,. 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