March production down 9 percent due to shut-in
Gathering Center 2 restarted April 2 with 20,000 bpd moving through 24-inch bypass line as BP begins to restart production
March Alaska North Slope production was down 9.2 percent from February due to shut-in of some 100,000 barrels per day at Prudhoe Bay following the March 2 Gathering Center 2 oil spill and clean-up.
Prudhoe Bay production, which averaged 400,383 barrels per day in February, averaged only 318,515 bpd....
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