Ningwu-Jingle Basin is one of the important coal-bearing basins in North China. It is major area of CBM exploration in Shanxi Province. This work studies the thermal evolution history of this area based on vitrinite reflectance and apatite fission track analysis，and reconstructs the tectonic-thermal history of basin. Vitrinite reflectance shows Carboniferous Taiyuan Formation’s paleotemperature conditions when the Late Mesozoic formations at maximum burial depth. According to maximum burial depth，the paleo-geothermal gradient was higher than the current，which was about 3.88 ℃/100 m～4.34 ℃/100 m. Fission track analysis，the basin has experienced twice rapid uplift in 70～63 Ma and 38～20 Ma. The thermal evolution history study results show that the basin experienced maximum paleotemperature in Late Jurassic to the Early Cretaceous which occurred a tectonic-thermal event. It is important gas-generation period of coalbed methane. Basin uplift in Cenozoic era，and ground temperature decrease，gas-generation is decreased and stopped. This modeling result suggests evolution in the Ningwu-Jingle Basin，which has some significance to exploration of coal bed gas in this region.