February ANS down slightly from January
North Slope crude oil production averages 670,144 bpd for month; Prudhoe Bay up 2.2%, Alpine down 4.5%, Kuparuk down just 0.3%
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 670,144 barrels per day in February, down 0.27 percent from a January average of 671,989 bpd.
The largest per-barrel change was at Prudhoe Bay, which averaged 346,517 bpd in February, up 2.24 percent or 7,602 bpd from a January average of 338,915 bpd....
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