Here’s the production data for the first half of July, 2008.
|July 2008 Average Daily Production (bbls)|
|Prudhoe Bay (Prudhoe Bay, Midnight Sun, Aurora, Polaris, Borealis, Orion)||242,633|
|Kuparuk (Kuparuk, West Sak, Tobasco, Tarn, Meltwater, Palm, Oooguruk)||135,410|
|Milne Point (Milne Point, Schrader Bluff, Sag River)||29,060|
|Endicott (Endicott, Sag Delta, Eider, and approximately 33K bbls/day of Prudhoe Bay FS-2 oil)||43,594|
|Lisburne (Lisburne, Point McIntyre, Niakuk)||35,749|
|Cook Inlet Production||13,422|
|Alaska Total Production||650,468|
Data Source: Alaska Department of Revenue, Tax Division (here).
For the visual folks, here’s a pie chart of the same data.
As you can see, Prudhoe Bay and its satellite fields still account for over a 1/3 of all crude oil produced on the North Slope.
Update: August numbers are here.