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CNPC Drills China’s Deepest Gas Well in Xinjiang – Xinhua

The planned 8,457-metre well is near the Tianshan Mountains, where geology is complex, according to China National Petroleum Corporation

A CNPC worker stands near an oil rig in Varadero, Matanzas province, Cuba. Photo: Reuters.


Drilling of the Dabei-401, designed to be China’s deepest onshore gas well, has started in the country’s northwestern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Xinhua reported.

The planned 8,457-metre well is in the southern foot of the Tianshan Mountains, where the geological structure is complex, according to China National Petroleum Corporation.

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