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    Geology, Resource Potentials, and Properties of Emerging and Potential China Shale Gas and Shale Oil Plays.Shu Jiang, Jinchuan Zhang, Zhiqiang Jiang, Zhengyu Xu, Dongsheng Cai, Lei Chen, Yue Wu, Dongsheng Zhou, Zhenglong Jiang, Xingbin Zhao & Shujing Bao - 2015 - Interpretation: SEG 3 (2):SJ1-SJ13.
    This paper describes the geology of organic-rich shales in China, their resource potentials, and properties of emerging and potential China shale gas and shale oil plays. Marine, lacustrine, and coastal swamp transitional shales were estimated to have the largest technically recoverable shale gas resource and 25 to 50 billion barrels of technically recoverable shale oil resource. The Precambrian Sinian Doushantuo Formation to Silurian Longmaxi black marine shales mainly accumulated in the intrashelf low to slope environments in the Yangtze Platform in (...)
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  2. Pore Structure and Fractal Characteristics of Marine-Continental Transitional Shales in the Southern North China Basin.Shuangbiao Han, Jie Huang, Chaohan Xiang, Linfeng Xie, Zhiyuan Tang, Chang Chen & Jinchuan Zhang - forthcoming - Interpretation:1-111.
    Research on marine-continental transitional shale in China is of significance because this type of shale contains rich gas resources. The shale pore development, which is the key factor in determining the reservoir gas-bearing capacity, is complex. The organic matter content of the Shanxi and Taiyuan Formations shale in the southern North China Basin is medium to high, the mineral composition differs from that of other transitional shales, and the quartz content is higher than the clay content. The OM content and (...)
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    Introduction to Special Section: China Shale Gas and Shale Oil Plays.Shu Jiang, Hongliu Zeng, Jinchuan Zhang, Neil Fishman, Baojun Bai, Xianming Xiao, Tongwei Zhang, Geoffrey Ellis, Xinjing Li, Bryony Richards-McClung, Dongsheng Cai & Yongsheng Ma - 2015 - Interpretation: SEG 3 (2):SJi-SJii.
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    Sequential Distribution of Gas Reservoirs in the Hangjinqi Area, Ordos Basin, North China: Application of Continuous and Discontinuous Hydrocarbon Accumulation Mode.Haikuan Nie, Xiaoliang Wei, Jinchuan Zhang, Qian Chen, Guangxiang Liu & Guangrong Zhang - 2021 - Interpretation 9 (1):T91-T105.
    The gas accumulation mode can be divided into two types based on the migration and accumulation characteristics: discontinuous accumulation into the reservoir rocks and continuous accumulation within or adjacent to the source rocks. Correspondingly, there are three different gas reservoirs including conventional, unconventional, and those in a transitional state. To demonstrate the differences in the formation mechanisms and distribution features of the two accumulation types, we have scrutinized the continuous accumulation and discontinuous accumulation in the Hangjinqi area of the Ordos (...)
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    Machine-Learning-Based Automatic Well-Log Completion and Generation: Examples From the Ordos Basin, China.Ziheng Guan, Xuan Tang, Bo Ran, Shaobin Guo, Jinchuan Zhang, Kefeng Du & Ting Jia - 2022 - Interpretation 10 (3):SJ91-SJ99.
    Oilfields have large amounts of old well-logging data, some of which were possibly lost or distorted for borehole situation, limiting the use of well-logging in formation evaluation. Machine-learning algorithms provide possibility to complete or correct bad quality logging, even to generate new loggings. We took 50 wells in the Ordos Basin, a prolific hydrocarbon production basin, as an example to complete and generate well- loggings. We applied three algorithms, such as random forest, extreme gradient boosting, and deep neural network algorithm, (...)
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