China expects to consume 550 million tonnes (11 million barrels per day) of crude oil in 2016, 205 billion cubic metres of natural gas and 5.7 trillion kilowatt-hours of electricity, according to a report by the official Xinhua news agency.
Non-fossil fuels will also make up 13.2 percent of primary energy needs, while coal will fall to below 62.6 percent, Xinhua also said in the report citing the head of the National Energy Administration, Nur Bekri.
Permian oil production is expected to rise by 40,000 barrels per day to about 4.18 million barrels per day in April.
Spirit Energy has brought the Oda Field online in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea five months ahead of schedule and under budget.
Petrobras and partners have invested roughly US$30 billion in the exploration and development of the field.