July ANS production slips below June average
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 724,564 barrels per day in July, down just 0.01 percent from a June average of 724,638 bpd.
Production began the month at more than 766,000 bpd, ending the month in the low 600,000-bpd range as planned maintenance began at both Endicott and Prudhoe B....
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