Geology and hydrocarbon potential of the South China Sea

possibilities and examples of joint research and development : workshop report by C. Y. Li

Publisher: East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii

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  • Petroleum -- Geology -- South China Sea -- Congresses,
  • Southeast Asia -- Economic conditions -- Congresses

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Statementby C.Y. Li, Mark J. Valencia.
ContributionsValencia, Mark J., East-West Environment and Policy Institute (Honolulu, Hawaii), Committee for Co-ordination of Joint Prospecting for Mineral Resources in Asian Offshore Areas., East-West Center.
The Physical Object
Pagination37 p. :
Number of Pages37
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Open LibraryOL13622043M
OCLC/WorldCa15900207

The greater South China Sea (SCS) Basin is composed of basins of different generations and styles. State Key Laboratory of Marine Geology, Tongji University, Siping Rd. Shanghai, , Unraveling this complex and dynamic nature of the polyhistory basins can be instrumental in assessing the hydrocarbon potential and exploration.   there is a lack of boreholes revealing the buried strata and potential reservoirs, particularly in the deepwater areas, which has led to high risk for hydrocarbon exploration in the South China Sea. Therefore, determining how to use the existing geologic and seismic profiles to. New perspective of Miocene marine hydrocarbon source rocks in deep-water area in Qiongdongnan Basin of northern South China Sea. Acta Oceanologica . The influence of tectonics on sedimentation and hydrocarbon accumulation is different among extensional, strike-slip, and contractional structural styles. Addressing the role of different structural styles and syntectonic sedimentation in petroleum systems is essential to assess the hydrocarbon potential of sedimentary basins.

The study (South China Sea SEEBASE(R)) includes new, terrane-based plate reconstructions of the Proto-South China and cutting-edge insights into the tectonic evolution of the region. Description The waters and rich resources of the South China Sea are claimed by seven different countries, and it is estimated that approximately 40% of the world's trade moves through the area. Marine Geology and Geotechnology of the South China Sea and Taiwan Strait examines the physiology, geology, and potential development of this important portion of the western Pacific Ocean's largest Seller Rating: % positive. Petroleum Geology & Hydrocarbon Potential of Caspian and Black Sea Regions 6 8 October , Baku, Azerbaijan Here we present the synthesis of available geol ogical and geophysical data in order to discuss the present-day structure, geological history and hydrocarbon potential of northeastern Black. Most notably, China makes significant claims to much of the South China Sea, including areas subject to ASEAN's gas development plans. It is unlikely that these conflicting claims will be resolved before the South China Sea's highly contested hydrocarbon resources are sought to be exploited.

  The Shenhu area, located in the middle of the northern slope of the South China Sea (SCS), is an important exploration region of methane hydrates. Microbial diversity in the hydrate-containing and -free sediments in the Shenhu area, the SCS, was investigated using 16S rRNA gene phylogenetic analysis, indicating that the presence of hydrates.

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The South China Sea: Hydrocarbon Potential and Possibilities of Joint Development presents the proceedings of the EAPI/CCOP Workshop East-West Center held in Honolulu, Hawaii on AugustThe book contains papers on the geology and offshore hydrocarbon potential in the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia; and on the need for certain.

Hydrocarbon Potential of the South China Sea: Possibilities of Joint Development: Proceedings of the Eapi-Ccop Workshop, East-West Center, Honolulu, H on.

Chapter 2. geology of southeast asia with particular reference to the south china seaintroduction; a regional view of the south china sea; geotectonic evolution of southeast asia; hydrocarbon potential of the south china sea; concluding remarks; references; chapter 3.

tectonics and deposits of the cenozoic era in the south china sea; 1. the. Summary: Geology of the China Seas represents the first English-language synthesis of the available research into the geology of the South and East China Seas.

Among the marginal basins worldwide, these areas have been the focus of extensive research activities in the last three decades, and are now among the global hot spots in hydrocarbon explorations and scientific investigations.

Geology of the China Seas represents the first English-language synthesis of the available research into the geology of the South and East China Seas.

Among the marginal basins worldwide, these areas have been the focus of extensive research activities in the last three decades, and are now among the global hot spots in hydrocarbon explorations and scientific investigations.

N2 - hydrocarbon, Phu Khanh Basin, Vietnam, South China Sea. AB - hydrocarbon, Phu Khanh Basin, Vietnam, South China Sea. M3 - Journal article. SP - JO - 16 AAPG International Conference and Exhibition.

JF - 16 AAPG International Conference and Exhibition. IS - November ER. This paper is a synopsis of information on the hydrocarbon reserves of the South China Sea region, and evaluates the territorial and extra-territorial interests in the light of energy security and equitable development and utilization of natural resources from a geological perspective.

Polygonal faults and their implications for hydrocarbon reservoirs in the southern Qiongdongnan Basin, South China Sea Qiliang Suna,b,*, Shiguo Wua, Fuliang Lüc, Shengqiang Yuana,b a Key. A review of the petroleum potential of Papua New Guinea with a focus on the eastern Papuan Basin and the Pale Sandstone as a potential reservoir fairway Blanche, J.

& Blanche, J. An overview of the hydrocarbon potential of the Spratly Islands Archipelago and its implications for regional development Longley, I.

Hydrocarbon reserves of the South China Sea: Implications for regional energy security Mu Ramkumar a, *, M. Santosh b, c, Manoj J. Mathew d, David Menier e, R. Nagarajan f, Benjamin Sautter g a Department of Geology, Periyar University, Salem,India b School of Earth Sciences and Resources, China University of Geosciences Beijing, 29 Xueyuan Road, Beijing,China.

Although the huge potential of the northern South China Sea deepwater basins has been proven by a series of discoveries that followed the exploration breakthrough of well LWrecent drilling and other studies have demonstrated the uniqueness and complicated nature of hydrocarbon accumulations of the deepwater basins there.

Get this from a library. The South China Sea: hydrocarbon potential and possibilities of joint development: proceedings of the EAPI/CCOP Workshop, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, August [Mark J Valencia; East-West Environment and Policy Institute (Honolulu, Hawaii); Committee for Co-ordination of Joint Prospecting for Mineral Resources in Asian Offshore Areas.;].

Guangzhou, China: Second Marine Geological Investigation Brigade, of the Ministry of Geology and Mineral Resources, Physical description 13 maps on 52 sheets: col. ; x 95 cm., sheets 82 x 57 cm.

+ 12 texts ; 26 cm. Figure 1 Basins in the South China Sea (SCS) and recent deepwater discoveries. Regional Geology. Regional studies suggest the South China Sea (SCS) is a marginal sea located in a very unique geologic setting with the complex interaction of Indochina, Indo, Australia, Philippine, Eurasia and Pacific plates and there are no mobile salt and shale.

Second Workshop on the Geology and Hydrocarbon Potential of the South China Sea and Possibilities of Joint Development / workshop report by C.Y. Li and Mark J. Valencia. Format Book Published Honolulu, Hawaii: The Center, [] Description 34 p.: ill., maps ; 26 cm.

Other contributors. China and South Asian Nations claim full jurisdiction on South China Sea due to its strategic significance, richness in natural resources (including rich fishing areas, large gas and oil deposits).

Resultantly diplomatic relations have strained and escalated political and military tensions in. Activity in the South China Sea, on both the military and energy fronts, has increased in recent months. Recent actions, including the launch of a new domestic deep-sea drilling vessel and the auctioning of blocks in disputed waters, illustrate China's proactive approach to using energy exploration as a political tool to claim territory.

Ru, Ke () “Development of the basins on the continental margin of the northern part of South China Sea and the evolution of their located plate tectonic settings”, in Tectonic Committee of Geological Society of China (ed.), Orogenic Belt-Basins-Tectonics in the Circum-Pacific, Geological Publishing House, Beijing, pp.

49–56 (in Chinese). THE LEADING EDGE August Special Section: Exploration geophysics in China Revealing new hydrocarbon potential through Q-compensated prestack depth imaging at Wenchang Field, South China Sea Abstract Wenchang Field in the South China Sea contains a well-developed fault system, resulting in complex subsurface geology.

An overview of the hydrocarbon potential of the Spratly Archipelago, South China Sea, and its regional implications for oil and gas development. Update on Offshore Hydrocarbon Development and Potential in Countries Bordering the South China Sea 10 Geology and Geophysics of the South China Sea Area 16 Assessment of Undiscovered Recoverable Hydrocarbo Resourcen 2s 0 Joint Studies, Research, and Investigation of the South China Sea Area 21 Environmental Aspect osf Offshore Hydrocarbon.

The South China Sea is a marginal sea of the Western Pacific is bounded in the north by the shores of South China (hence the name), in the west by the Indochinese Peninsula, in the east by the islands of Taiwan and northwestern Philippines (mainly Luzon, Mindoro and Palawan), and in the south by Borneo, eastern Sumatra and the Bangka Belitung Islands, encompassing an area of around.

The structure, depositional style and accumulation characteristics of continental margin with diachronous breakup in the northern South China Sea. International Geology Review: Vol.

62, Marginal basins of the NW Pacific and Eastern Eurasia, pp. A Review of the Petroleum Potential of Papua New Guinea with a Focus on the Eastern Papuan Basin and the Pale Sandstone as a Potential Reservoir Fairway View Section, An Overview of the Hydrocarbon Potential of the Spratly Islands Archipelago and its Implications for Regional Development.

International attention on the hydrocarbon potential of the area was focused by the award of 25, km[sup 2], with an additional adjacent Contingent Contract Area covering km[sup 2] WAB Block in the Wan'an Basin located km southwest of the Spratly Islands, which are claimed by China.

Seismic characteristics and mechanism of fluid flow structures in the central depression of Qiongdongnan basin, northern margin of South China Sea. International Geology Review: Vol.

62, Marginal basins of the NW Pacific and Eastern Eurasia, pp. Download Us China Competition And The South China Sea Disputes Book For Free in PDF, EPUB.

In order to read online Us China Competition And The South China Sea Disputes textbook, you need to create a FREE account. Read as many books as you like (Personal use) and Join Over Happy Readers. We cannot guarantee that every book is in the library. northern South China Sea, deepwater exploration, hydrocarbon accumulation Citation: Zhu W L, Zhong K, Li Y C, et al.

Characteristics of hydrocarbon accumulation and exploration potential of the northern South China Sea deepwater basins. Chin Sci Bull, doi: /sy. 28 Petroleum potential of the Vientiane area, Lnos Plateau Basin, and extends from Thailand into China through western Laos.

The Khorat Plateau Basin is a focus for hydrocarbon exploration, partly. ScholarSpace at University of Hawaii at Manoa: Home. Aspects of the hydrocarbon potential of the Phu Khanh Basin, offshore Central Vietnam, South China Sea. Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research.The South China Sea Basin is one of the largest marginal basins in Asia.

South China Sea is located to the east of Vietnam, west of Philippines and the Luzon Strait, and north of ically, it is surrounded by the Indochina Block on the west, Philippines Sea plate on the east, Yangtze Block to the north.

A subduction boundary exists between the Philippines Sea Plate and the Asian Plate.The special issue “Tectonics and Sedimentary Basins of the South China Sea” consists of 19 articles arranged in the order of deep structure, general tec-tonics, tectonic modeling, and sedimentary basins es-pecially the deepwater sedimentary basins.