ANS production down on Valdez weather
North Slope production drops 3.7% from November due to late-December proration, six-hour closedown of trans-Alaska oil pipeline
Alaska North Slope crude oil production for December averaged 729,948 barrels per day, down 3.7 percent from a November average of 758,099 bpd, the drop driven by weather delays in loading crude oil in Valdez at the end of December.
Daily averages dropped beginning Dec. 28 (from 382,985 bpd at Prud....
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