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Sedimentation features of Minghuazhen formation Miocene series in Shanxi oilfield of China

Authors: Igor S. GUTMAN graduated from the Moscow Mining Institute in 1956. He has been working as professor of the Department of Production Geology of Gubkin Russian State University (National Research University) of Oil and Gas since 1994, he is also Director of the Institute of Engineering and Scientific Expertise in the Field of Oil and Gas Fields Development (affiliated to the department since 1997) and Center for Computer Modeling of Hydrocarbons (since 2002). He is author of 7 books and more than 150 scientific papers. E-mail: mail@ipne.ru
Zhiqiang GU was born in 1988. Master of engineering and technology. He is Ph.D. student of the Department of Production Geology of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University). E-mail: guzq1988@hotmail.com
Tatyana R. SULTANSHINA Ph.D. student of the Department of Production Geology of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University). Е-mail: sultanshina.tatyana@yandex.ru

Abstract: Based on detailed correlation of well logs in shanxi oil field china and analysis paleosections show that sedimentation of Minghuazhen formation happened under alternate dip of adjacent tectonic blocks and their limiting faults are synsedimentary. Analysis of thickness maps also indicates the presence of block tectonics

Index UDK: 553.98.061.4

Keywords: well logs correlation, block tectonic, synsedimentary faults, Shanxi oil field (China)

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