January production down due to weather
Valdez Marine Terminal weather delayed loading Jan. 1-7; 3.7 percent production drop, January-over-December, to 703,318 bpd
Driven by weather delays at the Valdez Marine Terminal early in the month, January Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 703,318 barrels per day for the month, down 3.7 percent from a December average of 729,948 bpd. The Alaska Department of Revenue said weather in Valdez delayed tanker l....
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Only increase at Endicott
Oooguruk at more than 6,000 bpd
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