ANS July production down 14% from June
Driven by scheduled Alyeska maintenance shutdown of line July 22-23, North Slope crude production averages 684,417 bpd
By Kristen Nelson
Driven by a scheduled maintenance shutdown of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline, Alaska North Slope crude oil production for July averaged 683,417 barrels per day, down 13.77 percent from a June average of 792,592 bpd.
This was prior to the shutdown of the Prudhoe Bay field which began Aug. 6 (see stor....
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