Liuhua 11-1 Oil Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: CNOOC
  • Country: China
  • Location: Eastern South China Sea
  • Production start: 1996
  • Partners:
  • Type: Oil / Gas
  • Estimated Reserves:
  • Production Volume:


  • The Liuhua 11-1 development is the largest oil field in the South China Sea
  • It utilises the Nan Hai Sheng Li FPSO
  • The Liuhua 4-1 Oil Field is a satellite development, consisting of eight subsea trees and tie-back to the Liuhua 11-1 field


  • Technip: FEED contract for two tension leg platforms including design and engineering of the topsides (including two drilling rigs), hulls, mooring and riser systems
  • Liuhua 4-1
    • FMC Technologies: Manufacture and supply of subsea production equipment
  • JDR: Design and manufacture of over 42 kilometres of ESP power cable, each incorporating nine power cores, delivered in three 14 kilometre lengths. The order also included a 14 kilometre main production control umbilical and a bridging manifold control umbilical


  • 1996 - First production
  • 1998 - Amoco disposes of its 24.5% stake
  • 2003 - CNOOC takes 100% ownership
  • 2006 - Temporary halt
  • 2007 - Production successfully restarted
  • 2013 - Liuhua 4-1 Oil Field production started



  1. # Serimax Asia Pipeline References
  2. Amoco to Divest Liuhua Field Offshore China
  3. CNOOC Limited Raises Its Stakes In Two Offshore China Oilfields
  4. CNOOC Ltd. LH 11-1 Oilfield Restarted Production in Full Scale
  5. FMC Technologies Awarded $85 Million Order for CNOOC's Liuhua 4-1 Development
  6. CNOOC - Two New Projects Started Production Successfully
  7. JDR Marks Deployment Of Major Subsea Umbilical Contract For China National Offshore Oil Corporation
  8. Technip awarded FEED contract for the Liuhua fields in the South China Sea

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