Cook Inlet oil production down 50%-plus
Inlet oil production coming only from east side; North Slope down 9.7% March to April due to maintenance, proration, temperatures
Alaska North Slope crude oil production dropped 9.7 percent from March to April, a difference of almost 72,000 barrels per day, driven by a 14.8 percent drop in Prudhoe Bay production, 320,120 bpd on average compared to 375,745 bpd in March.
The drop at Lisburne was proportionately greater — 30.8 p....
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Big dip in Cook Inlet
Most North Slope production down
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