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  • methane in soil gas and its transfer to the atmosphere in the yakela condensed gas field in the tarim basin, northwest china

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    • تاریخ ارائه: 1392/07/24
    • تاریخ انتشار در تی پی بین: 1392/07/24
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    in this study, by analyzing ch4 concentration and  in soil-gas profiles, the potentials of ch4 gas transfer from ground to atmosphere were studied at four representative sectors in the yakela condensed gas field in the tarim basin, xinjiang, china. these are: 1) the oil-gas interface sector, 2) fault sector, 3) oil-water interface sector, 4) an external area. variation in ch4 in soil-gas profiles showed that ch4 microseepage resulted from the migration of subsurface hydrocarbon from deep-buried reservoirs to the earth’s surface. it was found that ch4 from deep-buried reservoirs could migrate upwards to the surface through faults, fissures and permeable rocks, during which some ch4 was oxidized and the unoxidized methane remained in the soil or was emitted into the atmosphere. the lowest level of ch4 at the soil-gas profile was found at the ch4 gas-phase equilibrium point at which the ch4 migration upwards from deep-buried reservoirs and the ch4diffusion downwards from the atmosphere met. the  and ethane, propane in soil gas exhibited thermogenic characteristics, suggesting the occurrence of ch4 microseepage from deep-buried reservoirs. a linear correlation analysis between ch4 concentrations in soil gas and temperature, moisture, ph, eh, ec and particle size of soil indicated that both soil eh and soil temperature could affect ch4 concentration in soil gas while soil ph could indirectly influence soil methanotrophic oxidation via impacting soil eh.

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