|Start of production||1981|
|Current production of oil||832,000 barrels per day (~4.15×107 t/a)
|Producing formations||Kimmeridgian, Lower Paleocene-Upper Cretaceous and Middle Eocene|
Ku-Maloob-Zaap (Spanish pronunciation: [ku maloːβ saːpʰ]) is the most productive oil field in Mexico. It is made up of three relatively large fields, Ku, Maloob and Zaap, which are located to the immediate northwest of the Cantarell field.
PEMEX planned to drill 82 fields and install 17 oil platforms, as well as build an oil pipeline of 166 kilometres (103 mi) to transport the oil produced. It was expected that by 2011, production would reach 800,000 barrels per day (130,000 m3/d) of oil and 282 million cubic feet per day (8.0×106 m3/d) of natural gas.
This target was met by November 2009 when oil production reached 802,002 barrels per day (127,508.1 m3/d). Production rose to 867,000 barrels per day (137,800 m3/d) in December 2012, as a result of a decline in production at the Cantarell Field. This new rate of production made Ku-Maloob-Zaap Mexico's most productive oil field.