CNOOC starts natural gas production from East China Sea field

China National Offshore Oil Corp. Ltd. reported the start of natural gas production from Lishui 36-1 field on Block 25/34 in the East China Sea.

The field has four producing wells, a platform, and a processing terminal. Average water depth is 84 m. The area is about 150 km from Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province (OGJ Online, Oct. 10, 2013).

Development operator CNOOC holds 51% in the field. CNOOC’s parters include Primeline Energy China Ltd. with 36.75%, and Primeline Petroleum Corp. with 12.25%.

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