ANS production down 1.3% on maintenance
Alyeska’s second planned summer shutdown of trans-Alaska oil pipeline slows production; BP moving Nabors E-33 rig off Northstar
Alaska North Slope oil production held almost level between June and July, dropping just 1.25 percent, from 547,212 barrels per day in June to 540,368 bpd in July, driven primarily by a scheduled maintenance shutdown of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline at the end of July.
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Increased production at some fields
Northstar down 22 percent
Alyeska completes 2nd scheduled shutdown
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