ANS oil production down 1.4 percent
Northstar back up, but most fields have declining February to March production averages; ANS averages 764,273 bpd for March
By Kristen Nelson
The BP Exploration (Alaska)-operated Northstar field began coming back up March 6 after going offline Feb. 16 for pipeline replacement, but average Alaska North Slope crude oil production for March was still down 1.36 percent from February, averaging 764,273 barrels per day in March compared to 7....
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