ANS crude oil production down 2.7% in May
Prudhoe Bay down 5%; Cook Inlet production for April about level with March; Hilcorp’s Trading Bay up 11% month-over-month
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 541,001 barrels per day in May, down 2.7 percent, 14,986 bpd, from an April average of 555,987 bpd. The biggest drop, in both percent and barrels, was at the Slope’s largest field, BP Exploration (Alaska)-operated Prudhoe Bay, which averaged 300,330 b....
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Kuparuk down marginally
Alpine up 1%
Cook Inlet flat
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