|Article # 14_2019||submitted on 04/16/2019 displayed on website on 05/17/2019|
|12 p.||Khozhiev B.I.|
|Structure genesis and petroleum productivity of Jurassic terrigen formation - Kandym regional uplift (Uzbekistan)|
|The results of paleotectonic reconstructions of oil and gas traps in the northwest of the Chardzhou uplift are examined. It has been established that the perspective of the terrigenous Jurassic formation in this region is connected with the history of tectonic development. On the basis of new geological and geophysical data on the terrigenous formation structure, as well as the results of paleotectonic reconstructions of the territory of the Kandym regional uplift, the accumulation time of hydrocarbons has been determined.
The established developing of the oil and gas structures on the time of their formation make possible a significantly increase of the efficiency of petroleum prospecting activity by reducing of a number of unproductive wells quantity drilled on risky structures, and also permitting important adjustments in the direction of further exploration in the Kandym regional uplift.
Keywords: paleotectonic reconstruction, oil and gas accumulation, terrigenous Jurassic formation, Kandym regional uplift, Uzbekistan.
|article citation||Khozhiev B.I. Paleotektonika, protsessy formirovaniya struktury i produktivnost' yurskoy terrigennoy formatsii Kandymskogo podnyatiya (Uzbekistan) [Structure genesis and petroleum productivity of Jurassic terrigen formation - Kandym regional uplift (Uzbekistan)]. Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika, 2019, vol. 14, no. 2, available at: http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/2019/14_2019.html|
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