ANS production down 2.8% in July
Planned maintenance by BP, ConocoPhillips at Prudhoe and Kuparuk production facilities on Alaska’s North Slope behind drops of 9.7 percent and 8.1 percent at major oil fields
Alaska North Slope production averaged 648,539 barrels per day in July, down 2.75 percent from a June average of 666,873 bpd.
The drop was led by the BP Exploration (Alaska)-operated Prudhoe Bay field, which averaged 258,170 bpd in July, down 9.67 percent from a June average of 285,765 bpd.
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Kuparuk also down
Other fields up
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