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Norwegian oil, gas production slips in April as technical problems persist

Production of oil, NGLs and condensate in Norwegian waters averaged 1.73 million barrels per day in April, down from 1.75 million bbl/d in March, according to preliminary figures released by the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate.

Oil production for the month averaged 1.38 million bbl/d, slipping from 1.40 million bbl/d in March, the directorate said in a May 22 release. The figure is 0.6% lower than the directorate's forecast and was primarily due to technical problems at undisclosed fields.

An average of 320,000 bbl/d of NGLs was produced in April, down from the 341,000 bbl/d reported for the previous month. Condensate production came in at 29,000 bbl/d, up from 28,000 bbl/d in March.