ANS June production down 7% from May
Drop driven by field maintenance scheduled around first trans-Alaska oil pipeline maintenance shutdown of the summer, June 19-20
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 547,212 barrels per day in June, down 7 percent from a May average of 588,921 bpd.
Both numbers are below the Department of Revenue’s spring forecast of 650,000 bpd for fiscal year 2010, which ended June 30, and 619,000 bpd for fiscal year 2011, whic....
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