The Open Petroleum Engineering Journal




ISSN: 1874-8341 ― Volume 12, 2019

Sedimentary Mechanism in the Coal and Oil Shale Bearing Succession Graben Basins: The Comparision between Fushun and Huangxian Basins, Eastern China


The Open Petroleum Engineering Journal , 2015, 8: 385-391

Dawei Lv, Xiaoyan Wu, Zengxue Li, Tingting Feng, Haiyan Liu, Dongdong Wang , Luyang Zhao

579 Qianwangang Road Economic & Technical Development Zone, Qingdao Shandong Province, 266510 P.R. China.

Electronic publication date 10/9/2015
[DOI: 10.2174/1874834101508010385]

CrossRef Citations:
0


Article Metrics:

Geographical View
Total Statistics:

Abstract HTML Views: 386
PDF Downloads: 222
Total Views/Downloads: 657

Unique Statistics:

Abstract HTML Views: 212
PDF Downloads: 151
Total Views/Downloads: 404


Abstract:

The association of coal and oil shale had been a hot topic for a long time. Various types of association of coal and oil shale can be found in one basin, for instance, the coal can act as the roof or floor or interlayer of the oil shale, etc. The most crucial factor for the formation of oil shale is stratification and seasonal blooming of lower plankton, while the final formation of the coal still need a hypoxia restored deposition environment. We take Huangxian and Fushun basins as typical examples to study the coal and oil shale sedimentary mechanisms controlled by the boundary fault. We found that the sedimentary mechanisms are different in different stages during the process of basin evolution. In the early stage, the association of coal and oil shale with thinner layers can be found. In the late part of early stage, thick layer coal seams and oil shale can be formed because of the relative stable faults. In the middle stage, thicker oil shale can be formed in deep lake and thicker coal seams can be formed in the lacustrine shore. In the late stage of basin evolution, the association of thickest coal seams and oil shale can be formed as the stable tectonic environment. Compared with the depression basin, more active fault and short cycle subsidence controlled by the episodic tectonic movements are the obvious characteristics. Higher rate of tectonic subsidence and a vast difference between sedimentary (peat-bearing) supply rate and accommodation space change rate are in favor of forming oil shale, and slower rate of tectonic subsidence is favor of forming coal. The study found that faulted structures obviously control the development, thickness and distribution characteristics of oil shale and coal. As mentioned the above, the episodic tectonic movement of continental rift basin controls the types and filling and evolution of deposits.


Download PDF

Endorsements



"I have to express my sincere appreciation for your hard and professional work. Thank you very much!"


Si Zhang
Institute for Strength and Vibration of Mechanical Structures,
Yangtze University, Jingzhou,
Hubei Province,
China

"My experiences in publishing a paper with Bentham Open is good. I must say that the speed of publication in The Open Petroleum Engineering Journal is very fast. It takes only two month for the pioneer reviewing process. The delay was caused by me. And what’s more, the publisher’s office is quite helpful. I guess they are dealing with thousands emails every week, but they process my request in a very short period of time."


Xin Ma
School of Science, Southwest Petroleum University, Chengdu, China


Browse Contents



Webmaster Contact: info@benthamopen.net
Copyright © 2019 Bentham Open