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CNOOC begins production from South China Sea gas field

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CNOOC has announced that the Liuhua 29-2 gas field has commenced production.

The Liuhua 29-2 gas field is located in the eastern South China Sea, 300 km southeast of Hong Kong, with water depth of about 750 m. A new subsea wellhead has been built, with 1 development well planned, which will fully utilise the existing production facilities of the Liwan 3-1 gas field and other deepwater gas fields. It is expected to reach a peak production of approximately 41 million ft3/d of natural gas in 2021.

CNOOC holds a 100% interest in Liuhua 29-2 gas field and acts as the operator.


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