ANS production drops 2.4% in January
Decline from December driven by Prudhoe Bay field, where a drop of 13,614 bpd accounted for most of the 16,776 bpd overall drop
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 671,989 barrels per day in January, down 2.44 percent from a December average of 688,765 bpd.
The average drop in barrels was 16,776, and the largest per-barrel decline was at the North Slope’s largest field, Prudhoe Bay, which averaged 338,915 bpd i....
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