February ANS crude oil production down 5%
Prudhoe Bay leads drop at 6.7%, down some 22,000 barrels per day from January; Slope wide, drop is almost 28,000 barrels
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 533,298 barrels per day in February, down 4.93 percent, 27,666 bpd, from a January average of 560,964 bpd.
The largest month-over-month drop, 6.69 percent, was at the BP Exploration (Alaska)-operated Prudhoe Bay field, which averaged 305,679 bpd in F....
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