ANS July production down 16% from June
Driven by planned maintenance Prudhoe Bay down 35%, largest drop; largest increase at Lisburne, up 182%, as maintenance ends there
With the summer maintenance season in full swing on Alaska’s North Slope, ANS crude oil production for July averaged 420,420 barrels per day, down 16 percent from a June average of 500,525 bpd, that volume a drop of 7.5 percent from May.
The largest month-to-month drop, 35.3 percent, was at the BP....
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Lisburne back online
Other month-over-month declines
Cook Inlet drops below 16,000 bpd
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