January production up 3% month-over-month
Alaska North Slope crude averages 529,432 bpd, up from 514,636 bpd in December; Cook Inlet averages 15,987, down 1% from December
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 529,432 barrels per day in January, up 2.9 percent, 14,796 bpd, from a December average of 514,636 bpd, while Cook Inlet crude production was down 0.8 percent, month-over-month, averaging 15,987 bpd in January, down 136 bpd, from a December average of....
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