Production bounces back from January
February ANS crude oil averages 634,684 bpd, up 35% from the prior month when the trans-Alaska oil pipeline was down twice
Alaska North Slope production averaged 634,684 barrels per day in February after a precipitous 30.36 percent December-to-January drop caused by two shutdowns of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline.
January daily production numbers only hit zero at one field, Northstar, but were down across the North Slop....
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