Lufeng oil find underlines Paleogene potential

Offshore staff

HONG KONG – CNOOC has proven a new oil field in the eastern South China Sea.

The Lufeng 14-4 structure is within the Lufeng Sag in the Pearl River Mouth basin in a water depth of 145 m (476 ft).

The discovery well Lufeng 14-4-1, completed at a depth of 4,098 m (13,445 ft), intersected oil pay zones with a total thickness of 150 m (492 ft), with the well testing at a rate of 1,320 b/d.

CNOOC says the result underlines the exploration potential of the Paleogene system in the basin.

11/19/2014

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