August ANS production down 12% from July
Cook Inlet production breaks 15,000 bpd mark in July, up 6.8 percent from June average of 14,135, up from 10,530 bpd in July 2012
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 439,152 barrels per day in August, down 11.7 percent from a July average of 497,342 bpd, reflecting scheduled maintenance on the trans-Alaska oil pipeline.
In Cook Inlet production topped 15,000 bpd in July, up 6.8 percent from June, and showing a st....
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Cook Inlet breaks 15,000 bpd barrier
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