BP Alaska lays out plans for Northstar field
Island oil field in Beaufort Sea near Prudhoe Bay to get new base camp; no new drilling mentioned in latest development plan
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The Northstar oil field, based on a manmade island in the Beaufort Sea about five miles northwest of Prudhoe Bay, has had a brief production life thatís already in sharp decline.
Operator BP started production in 2001 and output peaked in 2004 at an average of about 68,700 barrels per day. As of May....
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Drilling, construction efforts
Prudhoe gas plays a role
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