Science helps Bohai Oilfield producing

Jan 10, 1997 01:00 AM

The application of research findings helped the Bohai Oilfield in the Bohai Sea to pump out 2.12 million tons of crude oil and 367 million cubic meters of natural gas in 1996. The Tianjin-based Bohai Oilfield of the China National Offshore Oil Corporation is China's oldest offshore oil production base. Over the past two years, the oilfield has had great difficulties in stabilising its output as two of its many oil wells have stopped production and one more has reported lower production. However, the oilfield has relied on modern scientific and technological progress and applied new research findings to oil production in its newly-explored oil wells, and has achieved great success. The oilfield has also implemented a joint-development method in the construction of the Boxi (western Bohai Sea) oil production Project. The project, which links 6 oil wells by an pipeline in the sea and has a designed refining capacity of 500,000 tons of crude oil a year and 250,000 cmpd of natural gas, will be completed at the end of this year. It will then supply Tianjin residents with oil and gas and will also play a big role in helping stabilise Bohai Oilfield's oil output. China's offshore oilfields produced 15 million tons of crude oil last year.

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