Loading slowdowns cut production 1.5%
Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. slowed flow rates in mid-month as Valdez Marine Terminal storage hit 6.3 million barrels
Two slowdowns on the trans-Alaska oil pipeline in January — requests by Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. to producers to reduce production — resulted in a 1.5 percent Alaska North Slope oil production drop from December to January.
ANS production averaged 796,121 barrels per day in January, compared to....
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