China’s oil and gas output by field in 2011

Jan 15, 2012 12:00 AM

The following table shows China's oil and gas output by field in 2011:

FieldCrude OilGasOperator

Daqing

800,008  bpd

3.1  bn cm PetroChina

Changqing

811,800^ bpd

PetroChina

Karamay

218,000  bpd

3.71 bn cm PetroChina

Liaohe

203,800  bpd

PetroChina

Shengli

546,800  bpd

550,000* bpd

Sinopec

Xibei

145,000  bpd

1.6  bn cm Sinopec

Puguang

5.9  bn cm Sinopec

Daniudi

2.33 bn cm Sinopec

Changbei

3.5   bn cm Shell


^ oil equivalent
* crude output target for 2012

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