CNOOC begins production from Bozhong 19-6 project, offshore China

first_imgThe project’s wellhead platform will fully use the existing processing facilities of the Bozhong 13-1 oilfield CNOOC commences production from Bozhong 19-6 condensate gas field pilot area development project.(Credit: Kasey Houston from FreeImages) CNOOC said that it has started production from the Bozhong 19-6 condensate gas field pilot area development project in the central Bohai Sea in China.The offshore condensate gas field is contained in an average water depth of nearly 23m, said the Chinese national oil company.According to the company, a new wellhead platform has been constructed for the Bozhong 19-6 project, which will fully use the existing processing facilities of the Bozhong 13-1 oilfield.Plans for the Bozhong 19-6 projectCNOOC is planning to drill a total of eight development wells for production at the project. These will include seven production wells and a water source well.The Bozhong 19-6 project is anticipated to achieve its peak production of around 35.32 million cubic feet of natural gas and 5,720 barrels of condensate oil per day by the end of this year, said the Chinese oil and gas producer.CNOOC owns 100% of the offshore condensate gas project.CNOOC chairman Wang Dongjin said: “Commencement of production in Bozhong 19-6 condensate gas field pilot area development project has laid a solid foundation for the overall development later on and will provide low-carbon and safe energy for Bohai Rim Region.“Focusing on large and medium-sized oil and gas fields, the Company will continue to innovate exploration and development ideas, enhance efforts in oil and gas exploration and development, obtain more new oil and gas discoveries, and ensure high-quality and sustainable development.”CNOOC reveals Q3 2020 production figuresThe Chinese energy company reported an increase of 5.1% year-over-year (YoY) in its total net production for the third quarter of 2020 at 131.2 million barrels of oil equivalent (BOE).In China, its production in Q3 2020 grew by 10.4% YoY to 88.6 million BOE. The increase in production was mainly driven by the Luda 21-2/ Luda 16-3 regional development project, Dongfang 13-2 gas fields development project, and other new projects that came on stream.However, outside China, CNOOC’s production was down by 4.6% YoY at 42.6 million BOE. This was largely because of lower production of the Egina project in Nigeria and the Long Lake oil sands project in Canada amid low oil prices.last_img read more

USS America Stops at Cuba for Supplies

first_img View post tag: USS America View post tag: Navy View post tag: Cuba View post tag: Stops Future amphibious assault ship USS America (LHA 6) conducted a port visit to Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba while transiting to its home port of San Diego, California July 21. Back to overview,Home naval-today USS America Stops at Cuba for Supplies During the port visit, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Jacksonville Detachment Guantanamo Bay provided 900,000 gallons of JP5 and diesel fuel as well as 45 pallets of provisions, supplies, and mail. Additionally 30 pallets of Operation Hand Clasp materials, a program that transports educational, humanitarian, and good will materials on U.S. Navy ships were loaded.America is currently transiting the U.S. Southern Command’s area of responsibility (AOR) as part of “America Visits the Americas” expedition and will engage in cooperative maritime security operations with partner nations in order to enhance interoperability, maintain access to the region, and build enduring partnerships that foster regional security.The ship is slated to visit several Latin American nations allowing the ship’s crew to serve as goodwill ambassadors and experience local culture.[mappress]Press Release, August 11, 2014; Image: US Navy Authorities August 11, 2014 View post tag: supplies View post tag: americas View post tag: News by topic USS America Stops at Cuba for Supplies View post tag: Naval Share this articlelast_img read more

Leading with compassion: Options to support your cardholders through COVID-19

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » As the COVID-19 situation continues to unfold daily, many of our members will be faced with unprecedented financial hardships over the next few weeks and months – chief among them is the ability to make their credit card payments on time. We have before us an opportunity to ease the burden on America’s working families and increase member loyalty through real, empathetic and impactful programs that will help members navigate this crisis.Three Solutions to Relieve CardholdersFor cardholders who are temporarily out of work or stretched thin with their finances, the ability to skip a payment or get relief from interest and/or fees can help give them time to get back on their feet in a way that demonstrates the cooperative spirit of the credit union movement.This is why we are pleased to offer three cardholder payment relief solutions at the portfolio level that are available today for CO-OP Full Service Credit clients to take advantage of to step in to assist their credit card holders in this time of need. And, please know that we are working on additional solutions across our product sets and client base, and we will share more on that in the coming days.last_img read more

Tipp man appointed as National co-ordinator for Women’s football

first_imgTipperary native David Lenane has been appointed as the FAI’s national co-ordinator for women’s football.Lenane will be stepping down from his role as FAI Development Officer for Tipperary, which he has held for over 11 years.As development officer, Lenane delivered football related programmes in the community and worked with Tipperary County Council to extend the programmes to socially excluded groups. Photo: Pixabay Lenane says he’s excited for the new challenge:last_img