Structural characteristics and petroleum prospects of the Oujiang Depression in the East China Sea
Shanghai Dizhi = Shanghai Geology 1995(3): 27-33
The Oujiang sag is a dustpan-like depression of faulting to the east and overlapping to the west. There are many contemporaneous faults and local buried hill structures in the sag. The occurrence and development of fault control over the form of the structural belt and sag, late Cretaceous and Paleocene deposits, and the origin, migration and accumulation of petroleum is closely related to buried hill structures, faults, and unconformities.