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The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate reported March 15 that average production of oil, NGLs and condensate for February totaled 1.75 million barrels per day, down from 1.82 million bbl/d in January, owing to technical problems at some fields.

Oil production in February averaged 1.39 million bbl/d, down from 1.46 million bbl/d in January and 3.6% lower than the directorate's forecast.

Average NGL production came in at 328,000 bbl/d, down from 333,000 bbl/d in January. Condensate production averaged 30,000 bbl/d in February, up from 28,000 bbl/d in January.