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Chinese CNOOC has started production from the Liuhua 21-2 oilfield ahead of schedule

The oilfield recovers associated gas through a light hydrocarbon recovery system to effectively reduce methane emissions

Chinese CNOOC has started production from the Liuhua 21-2 oilfield ahead of schedule

Beijing, August 3 - Neftegaz.RU. CNOOC announced on August 2 that Liuhua oilfield cluster, China's 1st independent deepwater oil & gas project, is now in full-throttle production in the South China Sea.
The cluster is located about 250 km southeast of Shenzhen.

The cluster includes Liuhua 16-2, Liuhua 20-2 and Liuhua 21-2 with an average depth of 412 meters, the deepest-water project in China's offshore oil exploration sector.

At peak in 2023, Liuhua 21-2 is expected to generate around 15,070 b/d of crude oil.
Associated gas is captured via the light hydrocarbon recovery system to reduce methane emissions.
The development, in 437 m (1,434 ft) water depth, is based on a new subsea production system with 8 wells, connected to existing processing facilities.

CNOOC Limited holds 100% interest in Liuhua 21-2 oilfield and acts as the operator.

Less than 2 weeks ago, CNOOC also started production from its Luda 29-1 oilfield, located in Liaodong Bay of Bohai Sea, with a water depth of about 32 meters.
The project is expected to reach its peak production of approximately 4,440 barrels of crude oil per day in 2021.

To read the article in Russian

Source : Neftegaz.RU

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