中国塔里木盆地构造特征与油气

中国塔里木盆地构造特征与油气

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出版时间:1997-08-01
出版社:石油工业出版社
作者:贾承造 等 著
页数:295
书名:中国塔里木盆地构造特征与油气
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中国塔里木盆地构造特征与油气

内容概要
  Tarim basin locates in the southern part of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Geographically,it is circled by the huge Tianshan and Karakunlun Mountains and Altuntag, occurs as a large intra continental, inter mountainous basin with an extent of 560 000 km2. Taklamkan Desert, 330 000 km2, situates in the central part. Great foothill alluvial fan and flood plain surround the basin.  Tarim Basin is the largest sedimentary basin of China. The remaining thickness of sedimentary rocks is 16 000 m, maximum accumulated thickness is 25 000 m. Residual total volume of sedimentary rocks is 400 milLion m3. Stratum involves Sinian to lower Permian of marine to paralic facies and upper Permian to Quaternary of continental facies. After works for more than 30 years, specially intensive exploration in recent 6 years, 8 fields with proven and control reserves of over 40 m:illion tons and a lot of other discoveries are obtained by China National Petroleum Corporation. The second round petroleum resource assessment held by CNPC estimates the total petroleum resource is 19.15 trillion tons. Tarim is one of large unexplored basin. Tarim is the hope of Chinese petroleum future, attracts the interest of major oil companies.
书籍目录
1
TECTOMC
ELEMENTS
AND
STRATIGRAPHY
OF
TARIM
BASIN
1.1
Tectonic
elements1.1.1
Rises
1.1.2
Depressions
1.1.3
Periphyeral
fault
rises1.2
Stratigraphy1.2.1
Stratigraphic
scheme
1.2.2
Sequence
and
distribution
2
GEOPIIYSICAL
FIELD
AND
DEEP
STRUCTURE
CHARACTERS
OF
TARIM
BASIN
2.1
Natural
etuthquake
converted
wave
sounding
profile
and
custal
structure
2.1.1
Overview
2.1.2
Korla-Ruoqiangprofile
2.1.3
Aksu-Yecheng
profile
2.1.4
Kuqa-Tazhong-Tanan
profile
2.1.5
Crustal
structure
of
Tarim
basin
and
its
geodynamic
implication
2.2
Gravity
and
magnetic
field
characteristics
and
crustal
structure2.2.1
Density
and
magnetic
texture
of
cover
and
crust
2.2.2
Characters
ofgravity
field
2.2.3
Characters
of
aeromagnetic
anomaly
and
basement
structure
2.3
Geothermal
field,
heat
flow
and
lithosphenc
thermal
structure2.3.1
Data
on
thermal
measurement
and
heat
conductivity
of
rocks
2.3.2
Geothermal
field
of
shallow
part2.3.3
Heat
flowin
Tarim
2.3.4
Thermal
stmcture
and
theology
oflithosphere
2.4
Paleo
temperature
characteristics
and
its
evolution
2.4.1
Implication
of
paleo
temperature
study
and
methods
2.4.2
Fission
track
of
apatite
after
annealing
2.4.3
Vitrinitereflectance
2.4.4
Evolution
ofpaleo
temperature3
TECTOMC
CHARACTERISTICS
OF
TARIM
PLATE3.1
Overview
on
the
tectorucs
of
Tarim
plate3.1.1
PreCambrian
basement
ofTarim
plate3.1.2
Boundary
ofTarim
plate
and
regionalisation3.1.3
Evolutionary
characteristics3.2
Drifting
history
and
paleo
magnetic
evidences3.2.1
Paleomagnetic
results
and
the
establishment
ofapparent
polar
wandering
path3.2.2
Drifting
history
of
Tarim
plate
3.2.3
Relationshipwith
surroundingplates3.3
Sinian
to
Paleozoic3.3.1
Northern
margin
of
Tarim
plate3.3.2
Southwest
margin
of
Tarim
plate3.3.3
Altuntag
and
southeast
margin
of
Tarim
plate3.4
Mesozoic
to
Cenozoic3.4.1
Orogeny
in
northern
margin
of
Tethyes3.4.2
Basin
character
of
Tarim
in
Mesozoic
and
Cenozozic3.5
Volcanic
rocks
andimplication
3.5.1
Distribution
ofvolcanic
rock
3.5.2
Compositionofvolcanic
rocks3.5.3
Tectonic
model
andimplication4
TECTONICS
AND
EVOLUTION
OF
TARIM
BASIN4.1
Evolutionary
stages
ofthe
basin4.1.1
Siximportant
unconformities
4.1.2
Basin's
prototypes
4.1.3
Tectonic
evolution
4.2
Sinian
to
Ordovician,
cratonic
marginal
aulacogen
stage4.2.1
Tectonic
background
and
proto
type
basin
4.2.2
Sedimentary
characters4.2.3
Major
tectonic
events4.2.4
Deformation
at
the
end
of
Ordovician
4.3
Silurian
to
Devonian,
marginal
foreland
basin
stage
4.3.1
Tectonic
background
and
proto
type
basin
4.3.2
Sedimentary
characters4.3.3
Major
tectonic
events4.3.4
Deformation
at
the
end
of
Devonian4.4
Carboniferous
to
Permian,
cratonic
margin
and
intracratonic
rift
stages
4.4.1
Tectonic
background
and
proto
type
basin
4.4.2
Sedimentary
and
structure
characters4.4.3
Tectonic
event
and
deformation
4.5
Triassic,
foreland
basin
stage4.5.1
Tectonic
background
and
proto
type
basin
4.5.2
Sedimentary
and
structure
characters4.5.3
Tectonic
event
and
deformation……5
STRUCTURAL
CHARACTERS
OFINTRACRATOMC
PALEO
UPLIFTS6
FORELAND
BASIN
AND
THRUST
BELT7
TECTONICS
AND
PETROLEUM
ACCUMULATIONREFERENCE

章节摘录
  (3)Tarim
Basin
has
continental
aust,
lithospheric
flexure
observed
in
deep
part,
results
of
three
natural
earthquake
transform
wave
sounding
profiles
  (4)Nature,
boundary
and
history
of
Tarim
plate
by
ground
survey,
paleomagnetic
measurement
and
tectonic
phase
analysis
are
understood.  (5)Backstripping
and
restoration
of
the
basin
are
performed
on
seismic,
drilling
and
sedimentary
data,
correctly
re-cover
the
proto
type
of
the
basin,
subsidence
and
uplift
history,
7
stages
and
9
events
defined.
  (6)Systematic
study
and
understand
the
paleotemperature
condition,
volcanic
activity
and
thennal
evolutionary
his-
tory.  (7)Structural
analysis
on
Mesozoic
and
Cenozoic
folds
and
faults
in
northwest
and
southwest
part
of
the
basin
and
in
Kuqa,
specify
the
mega
strike
slip
fault
system
in
northwest
margin,
confirm
Kuqa
foreland
structure
is
thin
skin
tectonic
made
by
terrace
like
thrusts.  (8)Summarize
fault
system
and
fault
style,
kinds
of
structural
and
non
sUuctural
traps
and
their distribution
regu-larities,
discover
and
contour
52
hydrocarbon
plays.  1.1.1
Rises  1.Tabei
Rise.The
extent
of
Tabei
Rise
is
36
000
km2.The
rise
is
situated
north
of
Tarim
River,
extends
in
eastwest
direction.
It
is
a
paleo
rise
buried
under
Miocene
toPliocene
foreland
depression.
Sinian
to
Devonian
stratawidespread
in
the
region,
and
received
denudation
ofvarious
degrees
in
the
axial
part
of
the
rise.
Carboniferousand
Permian
unconformablely
covered
on
pre-Carboniferous
rocks,
and
themselves
also
eroded
in
thetop
part
of
the
rise.
Triassic
unconformablely
lay
overPaleozoic.
Jurassic
and
Cretaceotis
strata
are
thin
andwidespread,
unconformable
contact
with
middle
Protero-zoic
to
Ordovician
formations.
Teffiary
is
the
thickeststratum,
Miocene
to
Pliocene
can
over
4000
m
thick.  According
to
the
relief
of
the
top
of
Paleozoic,
TabeiRise
is
divided
into
six
2nd
order
elements,
Luntai
Uplift,Yingmaili
Uplift,
Harikatan
Sag,
Lunnan
Uplift,
CaohuSag
and
Korla
Nose
Like
Uplift.
Commercial
oil
and
gashave
been
discovered
in
Shuan,
Cambrian,
Ordovician,Carboniferous,
Triassic,
Jurassic,
Cretaceous,
Paleogeneand
Neogene.
Certain
amount
of
petroleum
reserves
isproven
or
controlled.
This
rise
is
an
important
petroleumexploration
and
production
region. 
  2.Central
rise. Central
Rise
locates
in
TaklamkhanDesert,
takes
east
west
strike,
cut
across
the
central
part
ofthe
basin
with
an
extent
of
110
800
km2.It
is
separatedinto
Bachu
Fault
Uplift,
Tazhong
Low
Uplift
and
TadongLow
Uplift.  Bachu
Fault
Uplift
is
43
200
km2,
lies
between
Tu-muxiuke
and
Mazatag
faults,
runs
in
northwest
direction.It
is
made
of
Paleozoic
and
thin
Pliocene
cover,
Mesozoiconly
locally
preserved.
It
is
a
long
term
rise,
present
figurewas
formed
in
Tertiary
time.  ……


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