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Name: Changchun PAN (潘长春)
Position: Research Professor
Department: State Key Laboratory of Organic Geochemistry
Email:
cpan@gig.ac.cn

Research

My studies focus on petroleum geochemistry, including source rock evaluation, oil source correlation based on molecular and isotopic data, reservoir geochemistry applying sequential extraction and oil-bearing fluid inclusion analysis, and experimental studies of oil generation from source rocks (kerogen), oil cracking, and the interactions of oil, water and minerals under confined system. 
 

Research:

Recent Publications:
1.Yu, S., Pan, C., Wang, J., Jin, X., Jiang, L., Liu, D., Lü, X., Qin, J., Qian, Y., Ding, Y., Chen, H. 2011, Molecular correlation of crude oils and oil components from reservoir rocks in the Tazhong and Tabei uplifts of the Tarim Basin, China. Organic Geochemistry 42, 1241–1262.
2. Pan, C., Jiang, L., Liu, J., Zhang, S., Zhu, G. 2010, The effects of calcite and montmorillonite on oil cracking in confined pyrolysis experiments. Organic Geochemistry 41, 611-626.
3. Pan, C., Zhang, M., Peng, D., Yu, L., Liu, J., Sheng, G., Fu, J., 2010, Confined pyrolysis of Tertiary lacustrine source rocks in the Western Qaidam Basin, Northwest China: Implications for generative potential and oil maturity evaluation. Applied Geochemistry 25, 276-287.
4. Pan, C., Geng, A., Zhong, N., Liu, J. 2010, Kerogen pyrolysis in the presence and absence of water and minerals: Steranes and triterpenoids. Fuel 89, 336-345.
5. Pan, C., Geng, A., Zhong, N., Liu, J., Yu, Y. 2009, Kerogen pyrolysis in the presence and absence of water and minerals: amounts and compositions of bitumen and liquid hydrocarbons. Fuel 88, 809-819.
6. Pan, C., Liu, D. 2009, Molecular correlation of free oil, adsorbed oil and inclusion oil of reservoir rocks in the Tazhong Uplift of the Tarim Basin, China. Organic Geochemistry 40, 387-399.
7. Pan, C., Peng, D., Zhang, M., Yu, L., Sheng, G., Fu, J. 2008, Distribution and isomerization of C31-C35 homohopanes and C29 steranes in oligocene saline lacustrine sediments from qaidam basin, northwest China. Organic Geochemistry 39, 646-657.
8. Pan, C., Geng, A., Zhong, N., Liu, J., Yu, L. 2008, Kerogen pyrolysis in the presence and absence of water and minerals: part 1 gas components. Energy & Fuels 22, 416-427.
9. Pan, C., Tan, Y., Feng, J., Jin, G., Zhang, Y., Sheng, S., Fu, J. 2007, Mixing and biodegradation of hydrocarbons in the Daerqi oilfield, Baiyinchagan Depression, northern China. Organic Geochemistry 38, 1479-1500.
10. Pan, C., Yu, L., Liu, J., Fu, J. 2006, Chemical and carbon isotopic fractionations of gaseous hydrocarbons during abiogenic oxidation. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 246, 70-89.
11. Pan, C., Feng, J., Tan, Y., Yu, L., Luo, X., Sheng, G., Fu, J. 2005, Interaction of oil components and clay minerals in reservoir sandstones. Organic Geochemistry 36, 633-654.
12. Pan, C., Yang, J., Fu, J., Sheng, G. 2003, Molecular correlation of free oil and inclusion oil of reservoir rocks in the Junggar Basin, China. Organic Geochemistry 34, 357-374.
13. Pan, C., Geng, A., Liao, Z., Xiong, Y., Fu, J., Sheng, G., 2002, Geochemical characterization of free versus asphaltene-sorbed hydrocarbons in crude oils: implications for migration-related compositional fractionations. Marine and Petroleum Geology 19, 619-632.
14. Pan, C., Yang, J. 2000, Geochemical characteristics and implications in reservoir rocks of Junggar Basin, China. Chemical Geology 167, 321-335.