China News Service, Tianjin, February 21 (Wang Zaiyu, Wang Junyan) Reporters learned from the Tianjin Branch of CNOOC on the 21st that the daily crude oil production of the oil fields in the western Bohai Sea region of China exceeded 10,000 tons, reaching a record high.

The daily crude oil production of the oil fields in China's western Bohai Sea region exceeded 10,000 tons, setting a record high. (Photo courtesy of CNOOC Tianjin Branch)

  It is understood that the Western Bohai Sea Regional Oilfield Group is located in the central and western waters of the Bohai Sea. It has 9 oil and gas fields and 1 onshore oil and gas processing terminal. It shoulders the important responsibilities of oil and gas production, processing, export and supply guarantee. It is China's largest crude oil production base - —One of the important oil and gas production bases of Bohai Oilfield.

  Since entering 2024, the oil field cluster in the western Bohai Sea region has focused on production capacity construction by "stabilizing old oil fields, accelerating new oil fields, expanding low-edge thickening, and strengthening natural gas" to improve the supply guarantee capability of oil and gas products.

  It is reported that in the face of a series of development problems such as the rapid decline of main oil fields, the one-way effect of water injection in narrow channel sand bodies, which leads to a rapid rise in water content, and the low productivity of single wells in low-permeability blocks, technicians have anchored scientific research goals to solve regional bottlenecks. , continue to add new wells, improve the speed and efficiency of new wells, tap the potential of by-products, optimize oil production speed and other aspects to carry out all-round three-dimensional potential tapping, achieving a rapid increase in regional oil and gas production capacity.

  According to the relevant person in charge, in the next step, the oilfield cluster in the western Bohai Sea region will focus on key directions such as precise management to control water and stabilize oil, accelerate the development of new wells, break through bottlenecks and release production capacity, and achieve greater breakthroughs in high-quality efforts to increase reserves and production. (over)