ANS production down 3.2% from March
Biggest drop at Prudhoe Bay, where injection compressors were down at central gas facility for 48 hours; Cook Inlet up slightly
Alaska North Slope crude oil production for April was down 3.24 percent from March, averaging 546,087 barrels per day compared to 564,350 bpd in March.
The largest drop was at the BP Exploration (Alaska)-operated Prudhoe Bay field, down 5.17 percent month-over-month, with the main driver a temporar....
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