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Neftyanaya Provintsiya 
No.4(28),2021, Part 2
 

Synthetic water-hydrocarbon inclusions in quartz, as evidence of the possibility of oil and gas formation in the process of interaction of bituminous rocks with hydrothermal solutions

V.S. Balitsky, I.N. Plotnikova, E.D. Balitskaya, J. Pironon, O. Barres, S.V. Penteley, T.V. Setkova, M.A. Golunova, T.M. Bublikova, L.V. Balitskaya, S.M. Petrov, A.I. Lakhova

DOI: https://doi.org/10.25689/NP.2021.4.293-326

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Abstract

The article provides experimental data on the phase composition, state and transformations of liquid and gas hydrocarbons (HC), based on the use of synthetic fluid inclusions in quartz. The experimental novelty of the research was that the growth of quartz with trapped inclusions was carried out in the same experiments in which the interaction of bituminous and carbonaceous rocks with hydrothermal solutions took place in the temperature range 240 - 550 °C and pressures of 7 - 150 MPa. As a result, it was proved that bituminous and carbonaceous rocks are an almost inexhaustible source of liquid and gaseous hydrocarbons and, upon reaching certain temperatures and pressures, are capable of active migration in the Earth's interior in the form of homogeneous supercritical fluids.

Key words:

synthetic fluid inclusions, quartz, oil, methane, experiment, oil metamorphism, hydrothermal solutions, hydrocarbons

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Authors

V.S. Balitsky, Dr.Sc. in Geology and Mineralogy, Professor, Chief Researcher, Korzhinsky Institute of Experimental Mineralogy RAS

4, Akademika Osipyan st., Chernogolovka, Moscow Region, 142432, Russian Federation

E-mail: balvlad@iem.ac.ru

 

I.N. Plotnikova, Dr.Sc. in Geology and Mineralogy, Senior Researcher, IPI AS of RT

36a, Levo-Bulachnaya st., Kazan, 420011, Russian Federation

E-mail: irena-2005@rambler.ru

 

E.A. Balitskaya, Research Engineer, Korzhinsky Institute of Experimental Mineralogy RAS

4, Akademika Osipyan st., Chernogolovka, Moscow Region, 142432, Russian Federation

E-mail: elizaveta.balitskaya@gmail.com

 

Jacques PIRONON, Doctor of Philosophy, Georesources Laboratory, CNRS, University of Lorraine

France, Nancy, Campus Sciences-Aiguillettes, BP 70239 54506 Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy

E-mail: jacques.pironon@univ-lorraine.fr

 

Odile BARRES, Research Scientist, Georesources Laboratory, CNRS, University of Lorraine France, Nancy, Campus Sciences-Aiguillettes, BP 70239 54506 Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy

E-mail: odile.barres@univ-lorraine.fr

 

S.V. Penteley, PhD in Geology and Mineralogy, Research Scientist, Georesources Laboratory, CNRS, University of Lorraine

France, Nancy, Campus Sciences-Aiguillettes, BP 70239 54506 Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy

E-mail: penteleis@gmail.com

 

T.V. Setkova, PhD in Chemistry, Senior Researcher, Korzhnisky Institute of Experimental Mineralogy RAS

4, Akademika Osipyan st., Chernogolovka, Moscow Region, 142432, Russian Federation

E-mail: setkova@iem.ac.ru

 

M.A. Golunova, PhD in Geology and Mineralogy, Senior Researcher, Korzhinsky Institute of Experimental Mineralogy RAS

4, Akademika Osipyan st., Chernogolovka, Moscow Region, 142432, Russian Federation

E-mail: nov@iem.ac.ru

 

T.M. Bublikova, PhD in Chemistry, Research Scientist, Korzhinsky Institute of Experimental Mineralogy RAS

4, Akademika Osipyan st., Chernogolovka, Moscow Region, 142432, Russian Federation

E-mail: tmb@iem.ac.ru

 

L.V. Balitskaya, Research Engineer, Korzhinsky Institute of Experimental Mineralogy RAS

4, Akademika Osipyan st., Chernogolovka, Moscow Region, 142432, Russian Federation

E-mail: balvlad@iem.ac.ru

 

S.M. Petrov, PhD in Engineering, Assistant Professor, Department of Petrochemical Processing Technologies, Kazan State Technical University

68, Karl Marx st., Kazan, 420015, Russian Federation

E-mail: psergeim@rambler.ru

 

A.I. Lakhova, Senior Lecturer, Department of Petrochemical Processing Technologies, Kazan State Technical University

68, Karl Marx st., Kazan, 420015, Russian Federation

E-mail: lfm59@mail.ru

For citation:

V.S. Balitsky, I.N. Plotnikova, E.D. Balitskaya, J. Pironon, O. Barres, S.V. Penteley, T.V. Setkova, M.A. Golunova, T.M. Bublikova, L.V. Balitskaya, S.M. Petrov, A.I. Lakhova Sinteticheskie vodno-uglevodorodnye vkljuchenija v kvarce, kak svidetel'stvo vozmozhnosti obrazovanija nefti i gaza v processe vzaimodejstvija bituminoznyh porod s gidrotermal'nymi rastvorami [Synthetic water-hydrocarbon inclusions in quartz, as evidence of the possibility of oil and gas formation in the process of interaction of bituminous rocks with hydrothermal solutions]. Neftyanaya Provintsiya, No. 4(28), Part 2, 2021. pp. 293-326. DOI https://doi.org/10.25689/NP.2021.3.293-326 (in Russian)

 
 
 

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