China News Service Urumqi, November 11 (by Ji Xiang Wang Chengkai) The reporter learned from the Tarim Oilfield on the 7th that as of the 7th, the cumulative production of oil and gas equivalent in the Tarim Oilfield exceeded 7 million tons, including 5.16137 million tons of crude oil and 4249.98 billion cubic meters of natural gas.

The Tarim Oilfield is located in the Tarim Basin of Xinjiang, and most of the production stations and oil and gas wells are located in the hinterland of the Taklamakan Desert and its periphery, with harsh ground environment and complex geological structure, which is considered by the industry to be one of the most difficult areas for oil and gas exploration and development in the world.

Since its establishment in 1989, Tarim Oilfield has continuously promoted ultra-deep and complex oil and gas geological theories and key core technologies. In recent years, the Tarim Oilfield has comprehensively conquered and mastered a series of technologies for exploration and development of 8000,10 meters of ultra-deep depth, and found a large oil area rich in 3 billion tons and two trillion cubic meters of atmospheric areas of Kra-Keshen and Bozi-Dabei in the ultra-deep underground area, promoting the annual oil and gas production to increase from the initial 39,2022 tons to 3310.<> million tons in <>.

Up to now, more than 1 3,130-meter-deep wells have been drilled into the Tarim Oilfield, including Round Exploration 8000 and Guole 1800C, and the annual output of ultra-deep oil and gas has exceeded 5 million tons, ranking first in China and becoming the largest deep oil and gas enrichment area in China. On May 30 this year, China's first 1,<>-meter-deep well, the Deep Taco <> well, was drilled in the Tarim Basin.

The Tarim Oilfield is also the main source of gas for the West-East Gas Pipeline and the primary gas source in southern Xinjiang, with a cumulative gas supply of more than 3900 billion cubic meters, benefiting more than 15 million residents in 4 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities downstream of the West-East Gas Pipeline, covering more than 42 million residents in 800 counties and cities in southern Xinjiang.

At present, the Tarim Oilfield is promoting the coordinated development of oil and gas and new energy, accelerating the formation of a green, low-carbon, clean and efficient, multi-energy complementary energy supply system, and has built a 70,1 kilowatt photovoltaic power generation project in the desert Gobi, producing more than 7 million kilowatt hours of green electricity throughout the year, and steadily increasing the total energy supply equivalent. (ENDS)