ANS September production up 11% from August
Largest month-over-month ANS crude increase at Alpine as field comes back after summer maintenance downtime; Cook Inlet down 1%
Alaska North Slope crude oil production averaged 503,996 barrels per day in September, up 10.9 percent, 44,048 bpd, from an August average of 454,602 bpd but down 1.7 percent from a September 2017 average of 512,910 bpd.
The largest month-over-month increase was at the ConocoPhillips Alaska-operate....
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Other ANS fields with increases
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