MPOG (microbial prospecting of oil and gas) technology has its unique advantages, and the microbial anomaly index system lays the basis for comprehensive evaluation of MPOG data and prospect prediction of target areas. In view of the problem that the current exploration technology is limited in the areas where seismic exploration is difficult to reach or difficult to implement, this article uses modern biotechnology to discuss the technical mechanism of microbial exploration technology and the indicators of abnormal technology system in detail, on the basis of known oil and gas properties of completed wells. In order to establish a reference system suitable for the actual geological characteristics of oilfields, and to further improve the index system for identifying oil and gas microbial abnormalities in oil and gas areas, specific microbial abnormal indicators are isolated, cultivated, and detected. Combining the geological characteristics of the work area, drilling and oil testing data, and classification evaluation of oil and gas-bearing areas, as well as oil and gas prospects, is performed. MPOG technology has a certain applicability in the evaluation of oil and gas properties. The research in this article can provide a favorable reference for the selection of favorable oil and gas zones and well location deployment.
Oil Testing Data Gas-bearing Areas Index System Gas Prospects Microbial Technology Gas Zones Exploration Technology Oil Properties Gas Properties Seismic Exploration
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