Rollercoaster: ANS production back on par
By end of January Alaska North Slope crude oil production almost level with beginning of month, following spill driven shutdowns
Alaska North Slope production was at 647,255 barrels per day on Jan. 1; by the end of the month it had almost reached that level again, peaking at 646,075 bpd Jan. 30, following shutdowns after a leak was found at Pump Station 1 on Jan. 8, and again mid-month for repairs.
January production numbers....
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All production averages down
AOGCC extended reinjection order
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