April ANS production level with March
Alaska North Slope fields mix of upticks, downticks for April; biggest per-barrel drop from Kuparuk River field, down 3,404 bpd
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 634,028 barrels per day in April, down slightly from March’s average of 635,354 bpd and down some 10,000 bpd from April of 2010, when the daily production average was 644,509 barrels. The bulk of the year-over-year decrease came from the Alpine field,....
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Uptick at Prudhoe
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