September ANS production bounces back
Month-to-month increase of 27.8 percent as Alpine comes back up after shutdown, new transit line in operation from Prudhoe FS-2
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 705,360 barrels per day in September, up a dramatic 27.8 percent from an August average of 552,114 bpd.
The biggest month-over-month change, an increase of 100.6 percent, was at the ConocoPhillips Alaska-operated Alpine field which was offline during....
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No FS-2 oil in Endicott line
Other fields up
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