CNOOC Commences Production from Enping 23-1, South China Sea
China’s CNOOC Limited has commenced production from the Enping 23-1 oilfields, located in the Pearl River Mouth Basin of the South China Sea.
In addition to fully utilizing the existing facilities of the Enping 24-2 oilfield, the Overall Development Program (ODP) of Enping 23-1 has teamed up the Enping 23-2, Enping 23-7 and Enping 18-1 oilfields for a joint development project.
The main production facilities of the Enping 23-1, Enping 23-2 and Enping 23-7 oilfields include one platform and 13 producing wells. There are currently three wells producing approximately 5,600 barrels of crude oil per day.
The project is expected to reach its designed peak production of approximately 24,800 barrels of crude oil per day in 2018.
CNOOC holds a 100 percent interest in the oilfields. Earlier this month, the company revealed that the Penglai 19-9 comprehensive adjustment project, located in the Bohai Sea, commenced production.
The adjustment project is expected to reach its peak production of approximately 13,000 barrels of crude oil per day in 2019.
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