ANS August production down 15% from July
Drop driven by two weeks of planned maintenance at Alpine field, two-day planned partial shutdown of trans-Alaska oil pipeline
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 552,114 barrels per day in August, down 14.9 percent from a July average of 648,539 bpd, a drop primarily attributable to planned shutdowns at Alpine and on the trans-Alaska oil pipeline.
More than half of the decline was due to the annual turnaround....
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Pipeline had second shutdown
Lisburne down at end of month
Milne, Endicott up
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