CNOOC starts oil production at Kenli 10-4 in southern Bohai Bay

China National Offshore Oil Corp. Ltd. started oil production at Kenli 10-4 field in southern Bohai Bay. Current production from six wells totals 6,540 b/d, and CNOOC expects output to rise to 9,600 b/d later this year.

The development in 15 m of water includes one wellhead platform and use of existing facilities at Kenli 10-1 (OGJ Online, Apr. 23, 2015).

CNOOC is operator with 100% interest.

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