Update August 2016
Wall Street Journal
August 25, 2016
China’s Decline in Oil Production Echoes Globally
Update June 2016
Year on Year comparison
Update Nov 2015
Update Dec 2014
Daqing, China’s largest oilfield, to reduce output
By 2020, Daqing’s annual output will be slashed to 32 million tonnes with an annual reduction of more than 1.3 million tonnes, the conference said.
As China’s largest inland oilfield, Daqing has produced more than 2.1 billion tonnes of crude oil since production started in 1960.
It produced slightly more than 40 million tonnes of crude oil in 2013, marking the 11th consecutive year in which the crude oil output of Daqing exceeded 40 million tonnes.
Limited oil reserves, high cost of development and declining international oil prices have caused the fast-depleting Daqing Oilfield to reduce output, a staff who declined to be named from Daqing told Xinhua.
18 Nov 2014
Nov 2014 IEA Monthly Oil Market report
Update May 2014
Update Sep 2013
New research from Wood Mackenzie put in context of historic oil production and consumption graph
From BP Statistical Review, June 2013
From “China’s Oil Supply Security”
Presentation by Dr Kang Wu Senior Fellow at the National University of Singapore, Feb 2012
By Prof. Aleklett
Development journey and outlook of Chinese giant oil fields