Sunday, August 19 2018

VietNamNews

PVEP puts more oilfields into operation

Update: June, 11/2014 - 08:16

The Thang Long and Dong Do oilfields, both located in Block 01-02/97, were discovered in the Cuu Long sediment basin, about 160 kilometres east off the southern Vung Tau sea. — Photo ace.com.vn

HA NOI (VNS) — Lam Son Joint Operating Company (Lam Son JOC) is bringing ashore 8,000 barrels of crude oil per day from its Thang Long oilfield off the southern continental shelf of Viet Nam.

According to the PetroVietnam Exploration and Production Corporation (PVEP) – Lam Son JOC's parent company – the crude oil is being pumped from TL-P8, TL-1P, 4P, 3P, 7P and 5P wells, which were officially put into operation on June 6.

Lam Son JOC also plans to extract oil from the Dong Do field later this month.

The Thang Long and Dong Do oilfields, both located in Block 01-02/97, were discovered in the Cuu Long sediment basin, about 160 kilometres east off the southern Vung Tau sea.

Local services have been used for the production of the fields, which will contribute to ensuring the national energy security and increasing PVEP's oil and gas production output. — VNS

Send Us Your Comments:

See also: