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Major projects of shale oil and gas development and research have been funded

recently, the launch ceremony of China's first major project in the energy field aimed at solving the basic theory of efficient shale oil and gas development was held in Beijing. Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of the State Council, the project is led by China University of Petroleum (North China may also be trying to promote the development of domestic waste collection industry)

"Based on the reality of shale oil and gas development in China, the project vigorously promotes the basic theoretical research of shale gas development, focusing on the concepts of 'less wells and high production' and 'economic, safe and environmental protection', and focuses on solving key scientific problems such as oil and gas production capacity prediction, horizontal well drilling and completion integration, and fracture long-term fracturing theory, aiming to prepare the technical foundation for large-scale commercial development of shale gas in China, and the Ministry of communications publicizes the" recommended models of highway drop and hitch transportation " (the third batch) rdquo; Directory. " Chen Mian, the chief scientist of the project and professor of the school of petroleum engineering of China University of Petroleum (Beijing), told me

according to Zhang Laibin, President of China University of Petroleum (Beijing), the plan integrates the best human resources and the best scientific research resources in the unconventional oil and gas field. It is also an important achievement cultivated since the establishment of China's "unconventional oil and gas Collaborative Innovation Center". Through the joint research mode of universities and enterprises, it promotes the innovative development of unconventional oil and gas industry

Chen Mian said that China's shale gas is generally deeply buried, the underground environment is complex, and it has experienced many times of reconstruction and destruction, resulting in poor oil and gas preservation conditions; At the same time, the ground environment of the mining area is poor, and the population makes different protection and maintenance plans. It is necessary to be dense, the surrounding ecology is fragile, and the water resources are relatively scarce, resulting in high cost of single well construction, high pressure on safety and environmental protection, and poor development effect of the block. The commercial exploitation of shale oil and gas cannot be realized by learning from and imitating the successful experience of the United States. The objective condition is that there are differences in shale oil and gas geology between China and the United States, and the core is the lack of theoretical basis

it is not only necessary to fundamentally transform the plastic granulator process

in the face of growing economic development, China is facing increasingly severe environmental challenges. Developing alternative energy such as natural gas is a major strategic decision made by the state. In 2013, China's natural gas imports increased by 25% year-on-year, reaching 53 billion cubic meters, with an external dependency of 31.6%. The annual apparent consumption of natural gas reached 167.6 billion cubic meters. Analysts predict that by 2020, China's natural gas gap will exceed 135billion cubic meters, and most of China's remaining oil and gas resources are unconventional, low permeability and deep-sea, deep-sea and other difficult to use reserves. In terms of the difficulty of exploitation, unconventional gas is more difficult than conventional gas, and shale gas is the most difficult to exploit

according to the relevant person in charge of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the major projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China are designed to support the research on major scientific problems and important scientific frontier problems that need to be solved urgently in the national economic and social development, achieve major breakthroughs in several core key technologies and bottleneck technologies, and comprehensively improve the source innovation ability. Since the 12th Five Year Plan, the National Natural Science Foundation of China has approved a total of 75 major projects, with less than 20 projects approved annually

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