North Slope production down marginally
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 857,271 barrels per day in January, down marginally (0.3 percent) from a December average of 859,838 bpd.
BP Exploration (Alaska)ís Northstar field had the largest month-to-month production drop, down 10 percent. The fieldís production averaged 49,46....
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