ANS crude output down marginally from December
Slope averages 549,679 bpd; Prudhoe output up month over month, all other reporting areas down; Cook Inlet also marginally down
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 549,679 barrels per day in January, down 0.2 percent from a December average of 550,893 bpd, a drop of just 1,214 bpd.
The only area reporting month-over-month increases was at BP Exploration (Alaska)-operated Prudhoe Bay, which averaged 316,925 bpd....
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