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Shale oil and Shale Gas
Translated from the Chinese edition
Editor(s)-in-Chief:LU Baoping
Publisher(s):China Academic Journals (CD Edition) Electronic Publishing House Co., Ltd.
ISBN:ISBN 978-7-499-00964-6 pdf

First Published: 2020.11.23
Discipline(s): Chemistry/ Metallurgy/ Environment/ Mine Industry
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  • Shale oil and Shale Gas, as part of China’s S&T Progress Series, has 35 representative excellent articles on shale oil/gas research in China. It focuses on the integration of basic theories and methods related to shale oil/gas. The chapters cover reservoir geological evaluation, dynamic development progress, drilling technology application, and other core research aspects on shale gas reservoir. The book can be used as a reference for senior managers of petroleum enterprises, experts and scholars of oil/gas research institutions and colleges/universities, and library readers worldwide.

  • Doctor Lu Baoping has initiated the description theory of drilling geological environmental factors, introduced the methods for optimizing drilling technology based on this theory, created a complete technology chain unique to China for shale gas engineering, and innovated the key technology system for cold sea and deep-water drilling. He has won the first and second prizes of the National Science and Technology Progress Award, and 8 provincial and ministerial awards. In 1993, he was granted the special government allowance by the State Council. In 1996, he was selected as a “national-level young and middle-aged expert with outstanding contribution.” In 2019, he won the “Sun Yueqi Energy Award.” In 2020, he was awarded with the title of “Advanced Individual in the Second National Award for Excellence in Innovation”.

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1. Practice and current status of shale oil exploration in Jiyang Depression

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2. Pore structure and characterization methods of shale oil reservoir

Petroleum Geology and Recovery Efficiency,Part 1: Progress in Shale Oil Exploration and Development,Vol 26,No. 02

4. Molecular Geochemical Evaluation of Shale Oil Mobility–A Case Study of Shale Oil in Jiyang Depression

Petroleum Geology & Experiment,Part 1: Progress in Shale Oil Exploration and Development,Vol 40,No. 04

5. The Effect of Threshold Pressure Gradient and Stress Sensitivity on Shale Oil Reservoir Productivity

Petroleum Drilling Techniques,Part 1: Progress in Shale Oil Exploration and Development,Vol 45,No. 05

6. Study on evaluation of shale oil reservoir fracability based on well logging data volume

Progress in Geophysics,Part 1: Progress in Shale Oil Exploration and Development,Vol 33,No. 06

7. Breakthrough of risk exploration for Class II shale oil in Chang 7 member of Yanchang Formation and its significance in Ordos Basin

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