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Vitrinite reflectance ( R  o ) values of the <b>Badaowan</b> <b>Formation</b> in the sout...
Published: 01 January 2018
Figure 7. Vitrinite reflectance ( R o ) values of the Badaowan Formation in the southern Junggar Basin. The reflectances are independent of the seam burial depth.
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Quality evaluation of coal in the <b>Badaowan</b> <b>Formation</b> of the southern Jungga...
Published: 01 January 2018
Figure 8. Quality evaluation of coal in the Badaowan Formation of the southern Junggar Basin. Ad = ash content (%); Mad = moisture content (%); MJ = calorific value (MJ/kg); Vad = volatile content (%).
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Contour map of the total coal-seam thickness in the <b>Badaowan</b> <b>Formation</b> in t...
Published: 01 January 2018
Figure 10. Contour map of the total coal-seam thickness in the Badaowan Formation in the southern Junggar Basin (limited to space; only part of the data for the contouring marked in the figure).
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( 1 ) Geographical sketch map of the Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, China, showin...
Published: 01 May 2016
Figure 1 ( 1 ) Geographical sketch map of the Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, China, showing the locality of the Tuziakeneigou outcrop. ( 2 ) Photograph of the insect-bearing beds of the Badaowan Formation in the Tuziakeneigou outcrop. ( 3 ) Stratigraphical column showing the lithology of the Badaowan
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 15 January 2019
AAPG Bulletin (2019) 103 (1): 189–213.
... and stagnant) is mainly associated with methanogenesis, whereas relatively low CO 2 (microbial or thermogenic) is present where water flow is active. The average CBM content within the Xishanyao Formation changes within various hydrogeological units; moreover, the average CBM content within the Badaowan...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2016
Journal of Paleontology (2016) 90 (3): 485–490.
...Figure 1 ( 1 ) Geographical sketch map of the Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, China, showing the locality of the Tuziakeneigou outcrop. ( 2 ) Photograph of the insect-bearing beds of the Badaowan Formation in the Tuziakeneigou outcrop. ( 3 ) Stratigraphical column showing the lithology of the Badaowan...
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(A) Map of the structural outline in the Junggar Basin, China. (B) Coal sea...
Published: 15 January 2021
Figure 1. (A) Map of the structural outline in the Junggar Basin, China. (B) Coal seam burial history of the Xishanyao and Badaowan Formations in the southern Junggar Basin, modified from Wang et al. (2009) . Pink, white, and purple shaded areas in (B) represent the burial-unlift process
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Recent petroleum ( a )  generation intensity and ( b )  expulsion intensity...
Published: 08 April 2014
Fig. 14. Recent petroleum ( a ) generation intensity and ( b ) expulsion intensity of J 1 b coals on the southern margin of Junggar Basin (contour values in × 10 4 t/km 2 ). The greatest petroleum generation intensity from coal in the Badaowan Formation is 870 × 10 4 t/km 2 . Although
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Recent petroleum ( a )  generation intensity and ( b )  expulsion intensity...
Published: 08 April 2014
Anticline Belt, Dongdaohaizi Sag, and Sikeshu Sag ( Fig. 13 a ). The greatest petroleum generation and expulsion intensities for shale in the Badaowan Formation are 1119 × 10 4 and 872 × 10 4 t/km 2 , respectively. Figure 13 b indicates that not all Lower and Middle Jurassic source rocks have reached
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Carbon isotopic composition (δ 13 C) of the C 1 –C 4  gases from <b>Badaowan</b> F...
Published: 15 January 2021
Figure 15. Carbon isotopic composition (δ 13 C) of the C 1 –C 4 gases from Badaowan Formation coal in the Fukang region displayed on a natural gas plot ( Chung et al., 1988 ). Solid blue and red lines represent the trend lines of sample 14 and sample 1, respectively.
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Cross sections showing change in the structural framework in the central Ju...
Published: 01 June 2011
Figure 2 Cross sections showing change in the structural framework in the central Junggar Basin since the Neogene (provided by the Exploration Company of SINOPEC, see Figure 1 for section location). J 1 b = Lower Jurassic Badaowan Formation; J 1 s = Lower Jurassic Sangonghe Formation; J 2 x
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The relationship between the thickness of the hydrocarbon source rocks (coa...
Published: 01 February 2003
). (A) Badaowan Formation; (B) the first and second members of Xishanyao Formation. Black dots in diagrams are data points.
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TOC distribution of J 1  b  shales on the southern margin of Junggar Basin ...
Published: 08 April 2014
Fig. 5. TOC distribution of J 1 b shales on the southern margin of Junggar Basin (contour values in wt.%). The average original TOC in the Badaowan Formation is between 1.0% and 2.6%. Higher TOC values tend to occur within the Fukang Sag, Shawan Sag, and Qigu Fault-fold Belt. TOC values
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The hydrocarbon generation history of source intervals in the lower Permian...
Published: 15 July 2019
Figure 14. The hydrocarbon generation history of source intervals in the lower Permian Fengcheng Formation (P 1 f) and middle Permian Wuerhe Formation (P 2 w). E = Paleogene; J 1 b = Lower Jurassic Badaowan Formation; J 1 s = Lower Jurassic Sangonghe Formation; J 2 t = Middle Jurassic Toutunhe
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Overall distribution of ( a )  vitrinite reflectance and ( b )  Tmax for th...
Published: 08 April 2014
Jurassic shale and coal samples are mature enough to generate oil, condensate, or wet gas. However, the Badaowan Formation VR values are >1.6%, indicating that Type III kerogens may produce dry gas.
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Depth profiles of total organic carbon ( TOC ) content and Rock-Eval  S   1...
Published: 15 July 2019
is the overall trend of TOC and S 1 + S 2 . J 1b = Jurassic Badaowan Formation; J 1s = Jurassic Sangonghe Formation; J 2t = Jurassic Toutunhe Formation; J 2x = Jurassic Xishanyao Formation; K 1t = Cretaceous Tugulu Formation; P 3w = upper Permian Upper Wuerhe Formation; T 1b = Triassic
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(a) Stratigraphic columns in the Zhongguai paleohigh; (b) composite stratig...
Published: 06 April 2018
Badaowan Formation; J1s = Jurassic Sangonghe Formation; J2t = Jurassic Toutunhe Formation; J2x = Jurassic Xishanyao Formation; J3q = Jurassic Qigu Formation; K1tg = Cretaceous Tugulu Group; P1f = Permian Fengcheng Formation; P1j = Permian Jiamuhe Formation; P2w = Permian Lower Wuerhe Formation; P2x
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The thickness distribution of J 1  b  source rocks on the southern margin o...
Published: 08 April 2014
Fig. 4. The thickness distribution of J 1 b source rocks on the southern margin of Junggar Basin (contour values in metres): ( a ) shale; ( b ) coal bed. These rocks are well developed in the study area. The Badaowan Formation dark shale is mainly distributed in the Fukang Sag, Shawan Sag
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Cross plots of tricyclic terpanes (TTs) source-related molecular parameters...
Published: 15 July 2019
terpanes with different carbon numbers; C 27 DS/C 27 RS = C 27 diasterane/C 27 regular sterane; C 26 /C 28 S = C 26 triaromatic steroid (20S)/C 28 triaromatic steroid (20S); J 1 b = Lower Jurassic Badaowan Formation; P 2 w = middle Permian Wuerhe Formation; PDB = Peedee belemnite.
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Depth profiles of sonic, resistivity, density, and caliper well-log data of...
Published: 15 July 2019
values of individual mudstone layers, and the lithology is determined from cuttings. The locations of three wells are shown in Figure 1B . CAL = caliper; DST = drill-stem test; J 1b = Jurassic Badaowan Formation; J 1s = Jurassic Sangonghe Formation; J 2t = Jurassic Toutunhe Formation; J 2x =Jurassic