Pioneer Natural Resources production down
Company expects uptick in second and third quarter as Torok wells come online; 5,000 bpd in first quarter a reduction from 2010
For Petroleum News
Pioneer Natural Resources produced 5,000 net barrels of oil equivalent per day in Alaska in the first quarter of the year, a reduction caused by “unplanned third party downtime.”
The Texas independent expects Alaska production to rise in the second and third quarters of the year, though, as a new ho....
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