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Mahu’s annual output will top 3 million tonnes per year in three years, a big addition to the 10-million tonne per year Xinjiang field tateossian compass cufflinks. Calling it a breakthrough in an earlier untapped region, PetroChina Co Ltd in late 2018 struck sizeable oil and gas flows in exploration well Zhongqiu-1 in the Tarim basin. Zhongqiu-1 tested a daily natural gas flow of 330,000 cubic meters and condensate of 21.4 cubic meters. The well is located in the southern part of Kuche trough in the Tarim basin, part of a 5,200 square-km exploration zone..

CNPC struck daily gas flows of 225,000 cubic meters at exploration well Yongtan-1, in Sichuan province’s Jianyang city, the firm said in December, part of a 350 square-km gas-rich acreage of volcanic rock layers. Production at CNPC’s flagship shale gas play Chuannan in Southern Sichuan hit a daily record of 20.11 million cubic meters in late December, up from 12 million cubic meters in October. Total 2018 output in Chuannan was around 4.1 billion cubic meters (bcm), 37 percent above 2017 tateossian compass cufflinks.