Qing Li

Personal Profile

College of Geosciences



Research Areas

[1] Sedimentology

[2] Unconventional oil and gas geology

[3] Oil and gas field development geology

Research Projects

[1] PetroChina-China University of Petroleum (Beijing) Strategic Cooperation Science and Technology Project: "Mechanism and Characterization Technology of Tight and Shale Reservoir Quality Differences in Ordos Basin" (No.: ZLZX2020-02-02), 2019.11-2024.12, Project Leader;

[2] Sinopec Shengli Oilfield Project: Study on sedimentation law of Binxian Bulge and Zhouyuanguan Tao Formation, 2020-2021, project leader;

[3] National Natural Science Foundation of China Youth Project: Genesis mechanism of fine-grained sedimentary rocks of lacustrine rich carbonate minerals in the Shulu sag of the central Hebei Depression, and their influence and constraints on reservoir pores, 2017-2019, project leader;

[4] 13th Five-Year Plan National Major Special Project: Quantitative Description of Natural Fractures in Ultra-low Permeability Reservoir and Research on Single Sand Body Configuration, 2017-2020, Project Leader;

[5] Independent research project of State Key Laboratory of Oil and Gas Resources and Exploration: Characteristics, genesis and significance of carbonate components in lacustrine rich organic fine-grained rocks, 2016-2017, project leader;

[6] China University of Petroleum (Beijing) Top Talent Fund: Study on sedimentation and reservoir characteristics of lacustrine fine-grained sedimentary rocks, 2015-2019, project leader;


[1] Qing Li*, Hao Lu, Jiangshan Li, Shenghe Wu, et al., Characteristics and formation mechanism of the tight tuff reservoirs of the Upper Triassic Chang 7 member in the southern Ordos Basin, China. Marine and Petroleum Geology. 2022, 139, 105625. [SCI]

[2] Xuemei Zhang, Qing Li*, Xuelian You, et al., Characteristics and Formation Mechanism of the Lower Paleozoic Dolomite Reservoirs in the Dongying Depression, Bohai Bay Basin. Energies, 2022, 15(6),2155. [SCI]

[3] Hao Lu, Dongdong Xia, Qing Li*, Dali Yue et al., Quantitative Characterization and Differences of the Pore Structure in Lacustrine Siliceous Shale and Argillaceous Shale: a Case Study of the Upper Triassic Yanchang Formation Shales in the Southern Ordos Basin, China, Energy & Fuel, 2021, 35: 15525-15544. [SCI]

[4] Hao Lu, Qing Li*, Dali Yue, Shenghe Wu, et al., Study on optimal selection of porosity logging interpretation methods for Chang 73 segment of the Yanchang Formation in the southwestern Ordos Basin, China. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 2020, 198, 108153. [SCI]

[5] Qing Li, Xuelian You, Zaixing Jiang, Shenghe Wu et al., Lithofacies and reservoir characterization of a source-controlled carbonate succession in a lacustrine rift basin, the Shulu Sag of Bohai Bay Basin, East China. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 2020, 192, 107180. [SCI]

[6] Qing Li, Xuelian You, Zaixing Jiang, et al., The origins of carbonate minerals of a source-controlled lacustrine carbonate succession in the Shulu sag, Bohai Bay Basin: Implications for porosity development and paleoenvironment. Marine and Petroleum Geology. 2020, 122, 104673. [SCI]

[7] Qing Li, Shenghe Wu, Dongling Xia et al., Major and trace element geochemistry of the lacustrine organic-rich shales from the Upper Triassic Chang 7 Member in the southwestern Ordos Basin, China: Implications for paleoenvironment and organic matter accumulation. Marine and Petroleum Geology. 2020, 111, 852-867. [SCI]

[8] Qing Li, Xuelian You, Zaixing Jiang et al., A type of continuous petroleum accumulation system in the Shulu sag, Bohai Bay Basin, Eastern China. AAPG Bulletin, 2017, 101(11):1791-1811. [SCI]

[9] Qing Li, Zaixing Jiang, Wenxuan Hu, et al., Origin of dolomites in the Lower Cambrian Xiaoerbulak Formation in the Tarim basin, NW China: Implications for porosity development. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. 2016, 115: 557-570. [SCI]

[10] Qing Li, Zaixing Jiang, Xuelian You, et al., A methodology for estimating the organic porosity of the source rocks at the mature stage: example from the marlstone in the Shulu Sag, Bohai Bay Basin. Arabian Journal of Geosciences. 2016, 9(6):1-