The rig of the Ca Tam oil field (Photo: Petrotimes)
According to the Vietnam-Russia Vietsovpetro joint venture, the field has generated a revenue of 427.5 million USD and paid 169 million USD to the state budget.
The field exceeded its 2020 production plan by 18 percent and the figure is projected at 5 percent this year.
Besides operating a well in the field, the joint venture is designing and procuring equipment for the second to be put into operation by the end of next year, it said.
Vietsovpetro is focusing its resources on developing new oilfields in the time to come, a representative of the joint venture said.