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CNPC in Peru

CNPC has been present in Peru since 1993 and owns two production blocks in the country's Talara Oilfield, while also providing oilfield services. 
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CNPC owns the production blocks 1-AB/8 and 6/7 in Peru's Talara Oilfield. In 2013, we acquired the entire shares of Petrobras Energia Peru S.A., as well as block 10/57/58. In 2014, we received all of the shares in the Peruvian petroleum assets we acquired from Petrobras. These assets maintained steady production. In November 2014, CNPC and Peru's Ministry of Energy and Mines signed MOU on oil and gas cooperation. According to the MOU, the two sides will expand cooperation in exploration and development, natural gas processing and chemicals. On November 20, 2016, CNPC and Peru’s Ministry of Energy and Mines signed an MOU on deepening oil and gas cooperation. The two sides will step up joint efforts in E&P, refining, construction of transportation and distribution infrastructure, natural gas transportation and downstream utilization, and R&D.

Block 6/7

Talara Oilfield is located in northwestern Peru. Block 6/7 in Talara Oilfield was the first overseas oilfield development project CNPC operated. The blocks were taken over by CNPC in January 1994 and October 1995 respectively. Since then, thousands of wells have been drilled, resulting in a peak production of over 7,000 barrels crude per day, bringing new life to an oilfield that has been exploited for over a century.

In 2009, through comprehensive study, stimulation of mature wells, and optimization of new wells, production of Block 6/7 gradually increased. By the end of 2009, the daily output had reached more than 5,000 barrels, the highest level in the past decade.

In 2012, we exceeded the annual production objectives of the Block 6/7 project by taking stimulation measures, rejuvenating long idle wells, and optimizing bailing wells. In 2013, Block 6/7 saw steady increase in oil production by promoting the fine management of oilfields, enhancing stimulation measures and rejuvenating long idle wells.

In 2014, production at the block exceeded 4,000 barrels per day by enhancing stimulation measures, rejuvenating long idle wells, and scientifically transforming the production mode of oil wells.

Block 1-AB/8

On July 11, 2003, CNPC signed a cooperation agreement with PLUSPETROL on Block 1-AB/8. CNPC has a 45% stake. In Block 1-AB/8, where the total water cut is up to 96%, we intensified our efforts to study how the remaining oil was distributed. This substantially relieved the production decline. Deliberately designed new well locations have resulted in excellent development and production performance. Two horizontal wells allocated in Yanayacu Oilfield of Block 8 have been put into operation, controlling the rapid production decline of the high-water-cut, mature oilfield and ensuring stable output.

Block 10/57/58

The project includes Block 10 (100% interest) of 469.5 km2 in Talara Oilfield, Block 57 (46.16% interest) of 2,871 km2 in the central rain forest region, and Block 58 (100% interest) of 3,401 km2, which is an exploration block.

Currently Block 10 and Block 57 have been put into operation, capable of producing 730,000 tons of crude and 1bcm of natural gas on a yearly basis. Block 58 is entering the development stage. It is estimated that the Block 10/57/58 project will be able to build its largest productivity in around 2020.

Block 1AB/8 project employs a low-pressure high-flow wastewater recycling technology which is on studies of the water injection horizon, injected water quality, formation breakdown pressure, and dynamic monitoring and analysis of re-injected flow. By the end of 2010, a total of USD 484 million was invested in the construction and operation of the wastewater recycling system in the two blocks to ensure that all the produced water was properly treated and re-injected underground to enhance oil recovery.

In 2011, the Block-1AB/8 joint venture in Peru provided financial support to improve medical conditions in indigenous settlements along the Corrientes River. The Block-6/7 project team spent special fund on improving the environment and purifying natural gas, and encouraged volunteer employees to participate in various community activities like well-site surrounding cleanup, field survey for municipal construction and community-based environmental assessment etc. Their efforts were highly praised by the local government and the General Directorate of Environment and Energy.

In 2013, we continued our efforts to help aboriginal communities in education, arts, sports, and healthcare, further improving the living conditions of local residents.

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Nov. 20, 2017 CNPC and Peru’s Ministry of Energy and Mines signed an MOU on deepening oil and gas cooperation. The two sides will step up joint efforts in E&P, refining, construction of transportation and distribution infrastructure, natural gas transportation and downstream utilization, and R&D.

Nov. 12, 2014 CNPC and Peru's Ministry of Energy and Mines signed an MOU on oil and gas cooperation. According to the MOU, the two sides will expand cooperation in exploration and development, natural gas processing and chemicals.

Nov. 6, 2014 CNPC closed the deal to purchase the Peruvian unit of Petrobras. PetroChina Latin America (Peru) took over Block 10, Block 57 and Block 58 from Petrobras Energia Peru S.A.

Nov. 13, 2013 CNPC E&D Holdings Cooperation U.A. and CNODC International Holding Ltd., both being indirect subsidiaries of PetroChina, entered into an agreement with Petrobras International Braspetro B.V. and Petrobras De Valores Internacional De Espana S.L., regarding the acquisition of the entire shares of Petrobras Energia Peru S.A.

Dec. 07, 2005 CNPC signed a risk exploration contracts with Peru's Ministry of Energy & Mining .covering Block 111 and Block 113.

Jul. 11, 2003 CNPC sighed a cooperation agreement with PLUSPETROL on Block 1-AB/8.

Jul. 25, 1995 The service contract on Block 6 in Talara Oilfield in Peru was signed.

Oct. 23, 1993 The service contract on Block 7 in Talara Oilfield in Peru was signed, marking the beginning of CNPC's international operations.

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