Report summaryThe South East Sumatra PSC, located in the relatively shallow waters of the Java Sea off the southern tip of Sumatra is the largest offshore oil development in Indonesia. Oil production began in 1971, and since then over 1.3 billion barrels have been produced. The two largest fields on the PSC, Cinta and Widuri are very mature and oil output is in decline, falling from a peak of 200,000 b/d in 1991. CNOOC has been drilling infill wells and implementing EOR technologies to slow down ...
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