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Vol. 19, No. 6 Week of February 09, 2014
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Month-over-month ANS production down 1.2 percent

ANS crude oil averages 560,964 bpd in January, down from 567,600 in December; Cook Inlet edges up 1% to 16,888 bpd in December

Kristen Nelson

Petroleum News

January crude oil production from Alaska’s North Slope averaged 560,964 barrels per day in January, down 1.17 percent from a December average of 567,600 bpd, a drop of 6,636 bpd. All North Slope fields, except Endicott, saw month-over-month declines ranging from a drop of 2.87 percent at Lisburne t....

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Nikaitchuq up in December

Cook Inlet edges up 1%


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