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Resently, Chinese Academy of Sciences Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry - Daqing Oilfield Co., Ltd. the Joint Research Center of oil and gas accumulation chronology held opening ceremony in Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry. Deputy director Yi-Gang Xu and Researcher Hua Ning Qiu of Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry and chief geologist He Yong Wu and deputy chief geologist Yan Guang Ren of Daqing Oilfield Exploration and Development Research Institute attended the opening ceremony. Due to lower oil and gas reservoir temperature, oil and gas reservoir which direct formed by a few types of minerals, mainly calcite and quartz and so on, are not suited to traditional methods of isotope chronology (such as the U-Pb, K-Ar, Sm-Nd and Rb-Sr, etc.) for dating.So, oil and gas accumulation age is the major scientific and technological problems for isotope chronology and oil and gas field geological study. The Joint Research Center of oil and gas accumulation chronology of Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry mark the beginning of comprehensive co-operation in the field of oil and gas accumulation chronology between Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry and the Institute of Daqing oil field. At present, the Joint Research Center has been developed purification systems for oil and gas sample, and the purification system which used in the Pearl River Mouth Basin self-illite Ar-Ar dating and the Songliao Basin in the deep volcanic gas reservoir closely related to the secondary quartz Fluid inclusions Ar-Ar dating study has made an important breakthrough. The Joint Research Center will provide a reliable isotope chronology basis for our country’s theoretical research of oil and gas accumulation and exploration of oil and gas resources.
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