August ANS production up marginally
With Northstar back online, end of August sees all North Slope fields in production, with some daily peaks above 650,000 bpd
Alaska North Slope production averaged 540,947 barrels per day of crude oil in August, up marginally (0.1 percent) from a July average of 540,368 bpd.
By month end, with Northstar back online, Alaska Department of Revenue data show all North Slope fields in production.
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