[production] Production pétroliére en Chine

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Re: [production] Production pétroliére en Chine

Message par Raminagrobis » 21 juil. 2018, 20:37

lien La production de pétrole chinoise continue à décliner doucement : -2.3% sur un an.

Le gaz continue à augmenter.
Toujours moins.

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Re: [production] Production pétroliére en Chine

Message par energy_isere » 10 août 2018, 15:13

La chine importe quasiment 9 millions de b/jour.
However, for the first seven months of the year, China imported some 8.98 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil, up 5.6 percent from a year earlier.
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Re: [production] Production pétroliére en Chine

Message par energy_isere » 22 nov. 2018, 00:22

La Chine augmente ses importations de pétrole d'Arabie Saoudite.
Saudi Arabia To Raise Oil Shipments To China

By Irina Slav - Nov 21, 2018,

Saudi Arabia sealed deals with Chinese oil importers that will see the Kingdom’s exports to China rise to 1.67 million barrels daily in 2019, Reuters reports, citing a statement from state oil giant Aramco.

According to official figures from Riyadh, China is the biggest importer of its crude oil, but Saudi Arabia is no longer the biggest oil supplier for China. Russia took its place two years ago. Even so, China remains a major destination for Saudi oil, hence the five contracts that will see its shipments there increase.
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Re: [production] Production pétroliére en Chine

Message par energy_isere » 11 déc. 2018, 07:45

Les importations de pétrole de la Chine montent encore significativement et battent le record précédent :
10.4 millions de b/j en Novembre !
Sur les 11 premiers mois de l'année la Chine en est à 9.17 millions de b/j en moyenne.

China’s Crude Oil Imports Jump To New Record High In November

By Tsvetana Paraskova - Dec 10, 2018,

China’s crude oil imports averaged more than 10 million bpd for the first time ever in November, as they beat the previous record for highest crude imports set in October, according to Chinese customs data, as carried by Reuters.

Chinese crude oil imports surged to an all-time high of 10.43 million bpd last month, up by 8.5 percent compared to November 2017 and beating the previous record of 9.61 million bpd, which was set just a month earlier and was driven by smaller independent refiners who were rushing to fulfill their 2018 oil import quotas before they expire.

In November, independent refiners—the so-called teapots—continued to buy high volumes and some of them increased intake as they start trial runs at newly-built oil refineries.

Private firm Hengli is planning trials at its new 400,000 bpd refinery at Dalian, a port city in northeastern China, while Zhejiang Petrochemical is also expected to begin trial runs at some units of its refinery with 400,000 bpd capacity at Zhoushan. According to Reuters, Zhejiang Petrochemical has imported several cargoes of crude oil from Oman this quarter.

Two months ago, China raised by 42 percent the oil import quota for its non-state refiners—most of which are the independent refiners—for 2019 as new refinery capacity is planned to enter into operation next year. China is allocating a total of up to 202 million tons, or 4.06 million bpd, of import quota to non-state refineries for next year, according to S&P Global Platts. Independent refiners had until November 10 to apply, and those who haven’t imported crude oil in 2018 will not be allocated quotas for next year.

This weekend, Chinese customs data also showed that crude oil imports between January and November averaged 9.17 million bpd, higher than the level of imports in the same period last year, and putting China on course to set a new record for crude oil imports in 2018.

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Re: [production] Production pétroliére en Chine

Message par energy_isere » 19 déc. 2018, 01:39

Pour contrer la baisse de production de pétrole en Chine la compagnie chinoise CNOOC passe des accords avec des majors Occidentaux comme Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Shell, Total, et Equinor, pour de l'exploration de GAz et de pétrole.
China’s CNOOC Signs Oil, Gas Exploration Deals With 9 Foreign Firms

By Tsvetana Paraskova - Dec 18, 2018

CNOOC and the nine companies—Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Equinor, Husky, KUFPEC, Roc Oil, Shell, SK Innovation, and Total—will share development opportunities in strategic cooperation areas located in the Pearl River Mouth Basin offshore China, CNOOC’s exploration and production company CNOOC Limited said in a statement on Tuesday.
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Re: [production] Production pétroliére en Chine

Message par energy_isere » 27 janv. 2019, 20:26

Pour l'année 2018 c'est la Russie qui a le plus fourni à la Chine avec une moyenne de 1.43 millions de b/j de pétrole.

Ensuite l'Arabie Saoudite avec 1.13 millions de b/j.
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Imports from Russia reached 7.04 million tonnes, or 1.658 million barrels per day, in December, up 40 per cent from 5.03 million tonnes a year earlier, according to the data from the General Administration of Customs.


For the full year, Russian imports rose to 71.49 million tonnes, or 1.43 million bpd, up 19.7 per cent from 59.7 million tonnes in 2017.

Demand for Russian crude was supported by a rise in throughput by China’s private refiners, who favour Russian grades such as ESPO, while geopolitical uncertainties also forced China to import less from countries such as Iran and Venezuela.

Russian oil giant Rosneft has also marketed its ESPO grade more aggressively, signing new long term supply deals with state oil companies such as ChemChina and PetroChina.

Saudi Arabia supplied China with 6.97 million tonnes in December, or 1.64 million bpd, up 48 per cent from 4.71 million tonnes a year earlier.

For 2018, OPEC’s top supplier boosted shipments to China by 8.7 per cent to 56.73 million tonnes, or 1.135 million bpd.

That means Russia’s lead over Saudi Arabia in supplying China almost doubled to 295,000 bpd in 2018 from 150,000 bpd a year earlier.
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Re: [production] Production pétroliére en Chine

Message par Paulad » 20 févr. 2019, 10:26

https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/M ... -Boom.html

A PetroChina test oil well at a shale field in western China could finally mean a strong commercial potential for shale oil for the first time in the world’s top crude importer, according to Morgan Stanley.

PetroChina achieved a daily production rate of 100 tons of oil, or 733 barrels, from the Jimsar oil field in the western Xinjiang province, which suggests that shale drilling could finally have a true commercial potential in China, Bloomberg quoted a Morgan Stanley note as saying.

“We believe the Jimsar shale oil discovery is likely to trigger China’s shale oil revolution,” Morgan Stanley analyst Andy Meng wrote in the report.

The potential for more drilling would likely increase capex for shale this year and benefit onshore oilfield service companies, the investment bank said.


The shale boom in China, however, would be just a fraction of the U.S. shale revolution—Morgan Stanley expects Chinese shale oil production could be 100,000 bpd-200,000 bpd by 2025, which is nothing compared to the millions of barrels of oil pumped in the U.S. every day. According to EIA estimates, the seven key shale regions in the U.S. produced 8.117 million bpd in January, and a 62,000-bpd increase is expected for February.

China’s biggest energy producers have started to tap more tight oil and gas wells recently, aiming to increase domestic oil and natural gas production at the world’s largest crude oil importer.

As part of a government push to boost domestic energy supply, China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) and Sinopec are raising investments to increase local oil and gas production and are accelerating drilling at tight oil and gas formations in western China, the companies said last year.

Oil demand continues to grow in China, while domestic production has been declining in recent years due to the depletion of mature conventional oil fields. This has led to additional—and costly—imports, making China the world’s largest crude oil importer. Chinese President Xi Jinping has ordered the state-held companies to boost domestic production of oil and gas, and firms are starting to follow the policy.
"shale oil revolution" :-({|=

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Re: [production] Production pétroliére en Chine

Message par mobar » 20 févr. 2019, 13:30

Paulad a écrit :
20 févr. 2019, 10:26

"shale oil revolution" :-({|=
Le pétrole de roche mère ne se trouve pas qu'aux US ou en Chine, il peut y en avoir partout ou l'on a déjà trouvé du conventionnel

https://www.lemonde.fr/les-decodeurs/ar ... 55770.html

Aujourd'hui l'AIE pronostique un peak tous liquides en 2025 et fixe à 2009 le peak conventionnel, qu'en sera t'il en 2030?
Personne n'en sait rien !
Tant que les banques centrales rachèteront à vil prix des titres pourris, il y a de fortes chances que la pyramide de Ponzi du schiste se prolonge encore quelques décennies ... puis on passera à autre chose!
http://petrole.blog.lemonde.fr/2019/02/ ... -lenergie/

Le jour ou le pétrole ne sera plus "compétitif" à extraire et à utiliser ... il ne sera plus extrait.
https://www.connaissancedesenergies.org ... est-pas-la
"C'est quand il n'y a plus d'espoir qu'il ne faut désespérer de rien" Sénèque
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Re: [production] Production pétroliére en Chine

Message par Paulad » 20 févr. 2019, 13:52

Cetait surtout pour faire un paralelle avec les dires du gouvernement chinois et les réserves de schistes de la Chine qui leur permettrait de produire 100 000 a 200 000 barril/jour, ce qui représenterait moins de 0.1% de la prod mondiale.

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Re: [production] Production pétroliére en Chine

Message par energy_isere » 20 févr. 2019, 15:16

Paulad a écrit :
20 févr. 2019, 13:52
Cetait surtout pour faire un paralelle avec les dires du gouvernement chinois et les réserves de schistes de la Chine qui leur permettrait de produire 100 000 a 200 000 barril/jour, ce qui représenterait moins de 0.1% de la prod mondiale.
Il y a un début à tout.

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Re: [production] Production pétroliére en Chine

Message par energy_isere » 27 mars 2019, 08:18

Les 3 grosses compagnies pétrolières chinoises sont sous la pression du gouvernement central (Xi Jinping directement) pour augmenter la production et investir dans les gisements. Mais sortir le pétrole de champs vieillissant sera très coûteux.
China’s Mad Scramble To Boost Domestic Oil Production

By Julianne Geiger - Mar 26, 2019

For countries who have complete control over their oil industry through their state-run oil behemoths, it’s easy to order them to increase oil output—costs be damned. But sinking money into oil and aging oil fields or in new and cost-intensive plays comes with risks, and in China’s case, investors aren’t so sure that its onslaught of capex planned over the next five years is a winning bet.

Still, China’s largest state-run oil majors, China Petroleum & Chemical (SINOPEC), China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), and China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) have plans to shell out billions for what some see as rather unprofitable oil fields for the sake of shoring up the state’s energy security in direct response to President Xi’s call last year for them to increase oil production.

The billions in capex planned for the next five years from China’s three companies that together operate over 90 percent of China’s oil-producing fields are not insignificant and represent a huge increase from spending in recent years. Sinopec, for one, announced only days ago that it will spend US$20.3 billion in 2019 alone—US$8.9 billion of which will be dedicated to just upstream operations. This upstream capex represents more than a 40 percent increase in spending over 2018, and will be used in part to increase production at its aging Shengli oilfield, whose reserves fell to just 16 million barrels by end 2018 vs 49 million barrels the year prior, according to Reuters.

Sinopec’s dilemma is clear. Its net profit plunged in 2018 as its costs for purchasing crude oil rose over 40 percent as oil prices ticked upward. It is being squeezed by the rising cost of oil, and it has plans to refine even more crude in 2019, making it even more desperate to lower the amount of crude oil it must purchase by pumping more oil at home.

CNOOC, too, has major plans to up its capex, to the highest level since 2014. In January, it announced that it would lift capex to between US$10 billion and almost US$12 billion this year, and announced even bigger plans to double the number of exploration projects and proven oil and gas reserves by 2025.

CNPC—China’s largest oil and gas supplier, last year promised to spend US$22 billion by 2020 to boost oil production as its production in old and dying fields peters out. CNPC is hoping this spend will increase production by 75 percent. To this end, CNPC plans on enlisting the help of foreign firms as well in order to capitalize on others’ technology that it lacks, according to a South China Morning Post article from earlier this month.

The mad scramble by China’s big three to make large investments comes in response to President Xi’s directive last July to increase production as its thirst for oil continues to be robust. Its own oil production, too, is on the decline, leaving it in a predicament of potentially catastrophic proportions that are only exacerbated by the trade row that is endlessly dragging on with the United States

But producing oil and producing oil at a profit are two entirely different things. The reality is that China’s oilfields are aging, and getting oil out of the ground will be costly. According to data crunched by Bloomberg earlier this week, China’s oil reserves have been on a steady and “terminal” decline, with producing falling about 12 percent over the last three years.

While China’s hopeful increase in production may indeed offset production declines in its older oil fields, it is unlikely to be sufficient enough to also decrease its appetite for crude oil imports, which serviced a whopping 70 percent of its crude oil needs in 2018.

By Julianne Geiger for Oilprice.com
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Re: [production] Production pétroliére en Chine

Message par energy_isere » 09 avr. 2019, 08:29

Shell se lance dans le pétrole de schiste en Chine

REUTERS | LE 08/04 2019

Royal Dutch Shell a conclu un partenariat, annoncé lundi, avec la compagnie publique chinoise Sinopec par lequel le groupe anglo-néerlandais va participer aux efforts balbutiants de la Chine pour exploiter ses ressources, potentiellement immenses, en pétrole de schiste.

Shell devient ainsi l'un des rares grands groupes pétroliers internationaux à s'aventurer dans le secteur du pétrole de schiste en Chine.

Il a confirmé lundi un accord annoncé auparavant par Sinopec sur une collaboration en vue d'examiner le site de Dongying dans la province orientale de Shandong. Les deux groupes n'ont fourni aucune autre précision.


La Chine a déjà franchi les premières étapes lui permettant d'exploiter ses vastes ressources en gaz de schiste, qui ont contribué l'an dernier à hauteur de 6% à sa production totale de gaz. L'exploitation de ses réserves en pétrole de schiste en est à un stade encore plus précoce en raison, selon les experts, d'une géologie défavorable et de coûts de développement élevés.

Après plusieurs années d'efforts, le pétrole de schiste représente toujours moins de 1% de la production totale de brut de la Chine, dit Angus Rodger, directeur de recherche dans les activités "amont" pour la région Asie-Pacifique chez Wood Mackenzie.

"Le pétrole de schiste chinois a une très faible perméabilité, ce qui signifie une production par puits très faible rendant difficile de parvenir à une viabilité sur le plan économique", a dit de manière anonyme un responsable du secteur des hydrocarbures au sein du ministère chinois des Ressources naturelles.

L'essentiel des ressources chinoises en pétrole de schiste se situent dans l'est du pays, comme les bassins de Songliao et de Bohai Rim, où se trouve le site de Dongying. Les bassins d'Ordos et de Junggar, dans le nord de la Chine, pourraient aussi abriter d'importantes réserves, pensent les experts.

Les réserves en gaz de schiste sont en revanche concentrées dans la province du Sichuan, dans le centre du pays, où Total collabore avec Sinopec. Le groupe français envisage de se lancer aussi à l'avenir dans le pétrole non conventionnel en Chine.

Shell a en revanche renoncé à ses activités d'exploitation de gaz de schiste dans le Sichuan après avoir investi au moins un milliard de dollars sans obtenir de résultats satisfaisants.
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Shell Ventures Into China’s Shale Oil

By Tsvetana Paraskova - Apr 09, 2019

Oil supermajor Shell has signed an agreement with China’s Sinopec to jointly study the potential development of shale oil in eastern China—one of the few international majors venturing into the potentially vast but underexplored and underdeveloped Chinese shale oil resources.

Shell and Sinopec will jointly study the potential of the Dongying trough in the eastern Chinese province of Shandong, Reuters reports, citing a brief statement from the Chinese company.

Shell operates in shale oil and gas projects in North and South America, including in the Permian and in the Appalachia basin, in Alberta and British Columbia in Canada, and in Argentina’s Vaca Muerta shale basin.

China, for its part, aims to develop its unconventional resources as its appetite for crude oil and natural gas continues to rise, while current domestic production can’t meet growing demand.

Over the past year, China’s biggest energy producers have started to tap more tight oil and gas wells, aiming to increase domestic oil and natural gas production at the world’s largest crude oil importer.

Earlier this year, China said that it had found massive shale oil reserves in its northern Tianjin municipality.

A PetroChina test oil well at a shale field in western China could finally mean a strong commercial potential for shale oil for the first time in the world’s top crude importer, Morgan Stanley said in February this year.

The shale boom in China, however, would be just a fraction of the U.S. shale revolution—Morgan Stanley expects Chinese shale oil production could be at 100,000 bpd-200,000 bpd by 2025, which is nothing compared to the millions of barrels of oil pumped in the United States every day.

According to an official at the Chinese Ministry of Natural Resources, quoted by Reuters this week, shale oil in China has very low permeability, meaning that production per well would be very low and the economics for production might not work.

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Re: [production] Production pétroliére en Chine

Message par energy_isere » 15 juil. 2019, 08:26

Importations de pétrole en Chine des trois derniers mois
10.64 millions de b/j en avril
9.47 millions de b/j en mai
9.63 millions de b/j en juin
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According to Chinese customs data and Reuters estimates, crude oil imports in the first half of 2019 averaged around 9.87 million bpd, which is an 8.8-percent increase in import volumes compared to the first half of 2018.
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Message par energy_isere » 19 juil. 2019, 07:04

Augmentation de 5.8 % de la consommation de pétrole de la Chine au 1er semestre compte au 1er semestre 2018.
China Data Breakdown: Oil Consumption Rises 5.8% In H1 2019

By JLC - Jul 18, 2019

China’s crude throughput totaled around 316.97 million mt in the first half of 2019, up by 5.8% year on year, data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed.
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