Temperatures up, ANS production down
Continuing pipeline shut-in at Lisburne has production there down 19%, May to June; overall, North Slope down 3.6%
A triple whammy of seasonally warmer temperatures, which reduce compressor efficiency, continued pipeline shut-ins at Lisburne and declining output from older fields resulted in a 3.6 percent drop in Alaska North Slope crude oil production from May to June.
The June average was 792,592 barrels per....
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