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Progress and Theory of Marine Strata Oil and Gas Exploration in the Sichuan Basin

  • Yongsheng MaEmail author
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Abstract

The Sichuan Basin is the largest petroleum-bearing basin in southern China. It is a typical superimposed basin with a long history of oil and gas exploration. The basin is generally diamond-shaped and covers ~23 × 104 km2.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.SinopecBeijingChina

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