ANS averaged 398,003 bpd in June, down 8%
Steepest drops at Kuparuk, Colville, with Conoco’s announced 100,000 bpd cut in Alaska; increases elsewhere, largest at Prudhoe
Alaska North Slope crude oil production took a steep dive in June. After starting the year averaging almost 515,000 barrels per day, the June average was below 400,000 bpd, the lowest level this year, although cumulative field data posted for the current month by the Alaska Department of Revenue sho....
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NGL impact at Prudhoe
Cook Inlet up marginally
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