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CNOOC starts production of Bozhong 19-6 gas field phase 1 project

It is seen to produce 37,000 barrels of oil daily in 2024.

CNOOC Limited began production of the Bozhong 19-6 Condensate Gas Field Phase I Development Project in Bohai Bay, relying on the Bozhong-Kenli Oilfields Onshore Power Project.

In a statement, CNOOC said the facility is comprised of a newly built central processing platform, three unmanned wellhead platforms, and a gas process terminal. It also has an average water depth of over 20 metres.

Currently, 65 development wells are to be commissioned, counting 42 production wells, 20 gas injection wells, and three water source wells.

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With the production commenced, Bozhong 19-6 is estimated to reach its peak of 37,000 barrels of oil per day in 2024.

“The gas field will supply stable clean energy to the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and the Bohai Rim region, and contribute to the low-carbon and high-quality development of the Company,” Zhou Xinhuai, CEO and President of CNOOC, added about the project development.

CNOOC Limited controls 100% interest in the project as the main operator.

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