苏北盆地黄桥地区富CO 2 流体对二叠系龙潭组砂岩储层的改造与意义

Translated title of the contribution: The interaction of CO 2 -rich fluid with sandstone and its significance for sandstone reservoirs of Permian Longtan Formation in Huangqiao area, Subei Basin

Yuexia Zhang, Wenxuan Hu*, Suping Yao, Hao Yu, Xun Kang, Haiguang Wu, Zhongya Hu

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Abstract

The interaction between CO 2 -rich fluid and sandstone is the main factor for forming secondary porosity in sandstone reservoirs. As an important CO 2 production area in China, the problem about the sandstone reformation by CO 2 -rich fluid in Permian Longtan Formation has attracted much attention. To reveal the interaction feature of the CO 2 -rich fluid and its influence on sandstone reservoirs, the authors carried out systematic core description and micro-observation on typical coring wells as well as in-situ observation and major element analysis based on EPMA. The results show that carbonate cements in sandstone near the fracture zone have been almost completely dissolved with some displacement siderite left, especially in the upper wall where the CO 2 -rich fluid influx is active. Meanwhile, the dissolution of clastic grains such as K-feldspar is strong, and there are much kaolinite precipitation, quartz secondary enlargement and dawsonite, which indicates effects of high concentration of CO 2 . There exists the combination of typical minerals related to the CO 2 -rich fluid including dawsonite, kaolinite, secondary quartz and siderite. In the area away from faults where the CO 2 -rich fluid has relatively insignificant effects, the dissolution is weak and much calcite and siderite precipitated on the contrary. As for the former, reservoir has better secondary porosity, while for the latter the reservoir is much tighter. On such a basis, the genetic mode related to the interaction between CO 2 -rich fluid and sandstone as well as its effects on the objective reservoir is set up in consideration of the fact that the deep faults play the main role in the sandstone reservoir improving. This viewpoint offers a new view angle for petroleum exploration and development.

Translated title of the contribution The interaction of CO 2 -rich fluid with sandstone and its significance for sandstone reservoirs of Permian Longtan Formation in Huangqiao area, Subei Basin
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)1944-1955
Number of pages12
JournalGeological Bulletin of China
Volume37
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - 15 Oct 2018
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • CO -rich fluid
  • Dawsonite
  • Huangqiao
  • Longtan Formation
  • Sandstone reservoir
  • Water-rock reaction

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