Whither the North Slope crude price?
ANS crude holds pricing edge on WTI and Brent prices, for now; state forecasts call ANS prices in $60 range, but Saudis seek $80
Alaska North Slope crude oil prices closed at $64.30, up 25 cents on the day Sept. 10, while other major crude indicators fell.
The Brent price was $62.38, down 21 cents, while West Texas Intermediate fell 45 cents, to $57.40. Henry Hub natural gas price at close was $2.58, off a single penny.
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