January ANS crude down 1 percent from December
Fields reported under Kuparuk hold flat, all other Tax Division North Slope groupings down; December Cook Inlet down from November
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 542,410 barrels per day in January, down 1 percent, 5,277 bpd, from a December average of 547,687 bpd.
Fields reported under the Kuparuk umbrella held steady, up less than 1 percent from December, averaging 147,219 bpd in January, an increase of just....
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