CNOOC's Bohai Overtakes Daqing as China's Largest Oil Field

In the past two decades, CNOOC has sharpened its exploration and development know-how and has made several major discoveries in the Bohai cluster fields.

Reuters

China's offshore oilfield cluster Bohai, run by state-run CNOOC Ltd., has become the country's largest crude oil producer with output hitting 30.132 million tonnes (602,640 barrels per day) in 2021, state news agency Xinhua reported.

Bohai field, off north China, overtook the country's flagship onshore producer Daqing, in northeast China, which pumped 30 million tonnes last year as reported by state media a week earlier.

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