June ANS production down 5.5 percent
Trans-Alaska oil pipeline down at end of month for planned maintenance; North Slope field maintenance scheduled for same time
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 666,873 barrels per day in June, a drop of 5.5 percent from a May average of 705,724 bpd.
With the exception of Northstar, all fields on the North Slope had reduced production in June, driven by a planned shutdown of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline at....
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