Dr. Guoqiang Luan, geochemical proxies Award, Best Researcher Award

PHD at China University of Petroleum, China

Guoqiang Luan, based at China University of Petroleum (East China), specializes in reservoir characterizations, diagenesis, and geochemistry. His research explores diagenetic processes, water-rock interactions, and low-temperature geochemistry in carbonate and sandstone formations. Luan investigates reservoir quality, focusing on the formation of porosity/microporosity, and studies dolomitization’s impact on porosity development. He also delves into the diagenesis of organic-rich shale. Luan holds a Ph.D. in Geology from China University of Petroleum (East China), with a Visiting Ph.D. in Geochemistry from Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada.

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Visiting Ph.D. in Geochemistry Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada October 2019 Ph.D. in Geology China University of Petroleum (East China), China September 2016 M.Sc. in Geology China University of Petroleum (East China), China September 2014 B.Sc. in Geology China University of Petroleum (East China), China September 2010

Field of Interest

Reservoir Characterizations, Diagenesis, and Geochemistry: Diagenesis and Water-Rock Interaction: Guoqiang Luan’s research focuses on understanding diagenetic processes and water-rock interactions, particularly in carbonates and sandstones, with an emphasis on low-temperature geochemistry. Reservoir Quality Evaluation: He is interested in evaluating reservoir quality and investigating the diagenetic processes that lead to the formation of porosity/microporosity in carbonates and sandstones. Dolomitization and Porosity Development: Luan studies dolomitization and its impact on porosity development in geological formations, exploring the controls on porosity enhancement. Diagenesis of Organic-Rich Shale: His research extends to the diagenesis of organic-rich shale, delving into the geological processes influencing its formation and properties.

Research Focus:

Guoqiang Luan’s research primarily focuses on reservoir diagenesis, carbonate cements, and geochemical controls on sedimentary formations. Through a series of impactful publications, he has explored the origins and distribution of carbonate cements in turbidite sandstones, fault-controlled carbonate cementation in delta sandstones, and the hydrogeochemistry of oil-field formation water. Additionally, Luan has investigated the origin of dolomites in oolitic carbonates and the development conditions of hyperpycnal flows. His contributions shed light on the evolution of organic-rich shale through pyrolysis simulation experiments and the characteristics of natural fluid pressure fractures in shale formations.

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Guoqiang Luan | geochemical proxies Award | Best Researcher Award

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