CNOOC tests oil discovery in Liaodong Bay

By OGJ editors

CNOOC Ltd. said it has tested the Luda 21-2 oil discovery in southern Liaodong Bay of Bohai Gulf at 608 b/d from the “thickest oil layers found in the exploration of Bohai clastic rocks in recent years.”

The LD 21-2 well went to 2,831 m in 20 m of water and encountered a combined 170 m of oil pay. It is in the inverted structure belt of LD 22-27 with its south part adjacent to LD 27-2 oil field.

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