North Slope production down 4.7% in May
Drop led by Lisburne, down 19%, Prudhoe Bay down 7.5%; production drops below 600,000 bpd on more than a dozen days during month
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 604,508 barrels per day in May, down 4.66 percent from an April average of 634,028 bpd. And on more than a dozen days during the month, beginning May 13 and including May 31, production dropped below the 600,000-bpd mark.
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