Month-over-month ANS crude steady in May
Northstar, Milne, Prudhoe have largest decreases from April; percentage gains led by increases at Badami, Oooguruk, Nikaitchuq
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 515,464 barrels per day in May, up 0.4 percent, 1,938 bpd, from an April average of 513,257 bpd, and down 2.2 percent from a May 2017 average of 527,055 bpd.
Production data is from the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, which provides volum....
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Northstar, Prudhoe, Milne, Colville all down
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