In industrial field, hydrocracking is conventionally used to upgrade crude oil and improve the quality of oil products. However, the high investment cost and strict experimental conditions limit the development of this technology. The utilization of methane, which is naturally available as the principal component of natural gas, to play the role of H donor, attracts the attentions from both the oil companies and the academic research. In this thesis, three catalytic formula are identified through the catalysts screening. All these catalysts show a significant viscosity reduction companied by acceptable coke yield, better stability and compatibility and the high liquid yield. With series of experiment results, it can be concluded that the catalysts promote the activation of methane and the incorporation into the product oil efficiently. The current achievement of this research can also further improves the commercial application feasibility of this technology.