The Liwan gas project is located in the South China Sea, approximately 300 kilometers southeast of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Liwan consists of three natural gas fields: Liwan 3-1, Liuhua 34-2 and Liuhua 29-1, which share a subsea production system, subsea pipeline transportation and onshore gas processing infrastructure.
The project delivered first production approximately eight years following its discovery in 2006. First gas was produced at the Liwan 3-1 field in March 2014, followed by the Liuhua 34-2 field which started production in December 2014. Negotiations are underway for the gas sales contract for the Liuhua 29-1 field, with first production anticipated in the 2018 timeframe.
The Liwan gas project is considered one of the fastest developments in the world for a large-scale gas discovery in deep water. The project is operated by Husky Energy and is Husky's largest development to date.
Source: Husky Energy