First oil flows from Kenli 10-4 offshore China

Offshore staff

HONG KONGCNOOC has started oil production from the Kenli 10-4 field in the southern Bohai region offshore China.

The field has been developed via a wellhead platform connected to existing facilities serving the Kenli 10-1 field. Average water depth is around 15 m (49 ft).

Currently six Kenli 10-4 wells are on production, delivering around 6,540 b/d of crude oil. The company expects to attain plateau output of 9,600 b/d later this year.

01/27/2016

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