"Deep Sea One" arrives at the target sea area




(Source: China Energy Network)

Lasted 18 days, sailing 1600 nautical miles ...... February 6, the reporter from the Tianjin Port Free Trade Zone enterprises offshore oil engineering Co., Ltd. was informed that by China's independent research and development of the construction of 100,000 tons of deep-water semi-submersible production and storage platform "deep sea one" energy station successfully arrived in the southeastern Lingshui waters of Hainan Island, landing "deep sea one" large gas field (Lingshui 17-2), open offshore mooring, installation and production commissioning work. China's first 1500-meter self-operated deep-water gas field has thus taken another key step towards formal commissioning.

"'Deep Sea No.1 'energy station was built and delivered on January 14. On January 19, under the joint traction of three high-horsepower tugboats, it set out from Yantai, Shandong Province, and successively crossed the Bohai Sea, the Yellow Sea, the East China Sea and the Taiwan Strait, and finally arrived at the predetermined location in Lingshui sea area." Liu Kongzhong, deputy general manager of CNOOC Lingshui 17-2 project team, told reporters that the long-distance towing of 53000 tons of deep-sea oil and gas production equipment is the first time in China.

Lingshui 17-2 is my country's first 1500-meter self-operated deep-water large gas field, with proven geological reserves exceeding 100 billion cubic meters, 150 kilometers away from Hainan Island. Yu Yi, chairman of Offshore Oil Engineering Co., Ltd., said that after the gas field is put into operation, it will supply 3 billion cubic meters of gas to Guangdong, Hong Kong, Qiong and other places every year, which can meet the 1/4 demand for gas for people's livelihood in Dawan district. At the same time, the use of the gas field facility "Deep Sea No. 1" energy station can drive the development of medium-sized gas fields such as Lingshui 18-1 and Lingshui 25-1 in the surrounding area to form a gas field group. Relying on the established natural gas pipeline network connecting the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and Hainan Island Free Trade Port, a trillion cubic meter atmospheric area in the South China Sea will be built to maximize the development, production and transportation of natural gas resources.

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