CNOOC starts production at South China Sea oilfield
Published by Nicholas Woodroof,
The Weizhou 11-2 oilfield phase II project is located in the Beibu Gulf in the South China Sea with water depth of about 40 m. In addition to fully utilising the existing processing facilities of Weizhou 11-2 oilfield, the project has built one simple unmanned wellhead platform. A total of 13 development wells are planned, including seven production wells and six water injection wells. The project is expected to reach its peak production of approximately 6000 bpd in 2022.
CNOOC Limited holds a 100% interest in the Weizhou 11-2 oilfield phase II project and acts as the operator.
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