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South China Sea Field Development
- Lufeng 22-1 by CNOOC field lies 250km south-east of Hong Kong in the South China Sea, in 333m of water. Recoverable reserves are estimated at 30 million bbls, representing a recovery factor of approximately 25% of oil-in-place.
Lufeng 22-1, South China Sea, CNOOC, Asia,
- Liuhua 11-1 by Nooc oil field is, to date, the largest oil field in the South China Sea and the reservoir is located in 1,000ft (300m) of water. After preliminary exploration studies, Liuhua 11-1A was drilled.
Liuhua 11-1, South China Sea, Nooc, Asia,
- Malampaya by Shell The platform consists of a deck, supported by a concrete gravity sub-structure (CGS). The processed gas will be compressed and exported through a 504km pipeline to the Batangas onshore facility at Luzon Island, in the Philippines.
The condensate will be stabilised on the topsides, stored in the CGS and then exported to a shuttle tanker, through ...
- Wenchang by CNOOC In June of 2001, the “Nanhai Endeavor” FPSO hull was launched. The “Nanhai Endeavor” is a turret-moored FPSO designed for typhoon populated areas. With a capacity of 150 thousand dead weight tons, it will play a vital role in the development of the Wenchang oil fields. CNOOC is producing oil from two platforms completed in January ...