PetroChina, Total to Start Producing Gas From Sulige South Field in May
Full potential of the filed will be achieved in three years. Output from the field is seen reaching 3 billion cubic meters a year by 2015, reports said.
The two companies signed a 30-year production-sharing contract in 2006 for the evaluation, development and production of the Sulige South gas block that covers 2,390 square kilometres. CNPC, the parent company of PetroChina holds 51% and Total 49%.
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