BP said it completed ultrasonic testing in the Eastern and Western Operating Areas at Prudhoe Bay. No additional integrity issues have been located beyond their initial findings.According to a statement released by BP, “Over the weekend, we completed repairs to a Gathering Center 2 compressor that came down for maintenance last Wednesday. As a result of the compressor repairs, total production from Prudhoe is back above 200,000 barrels per day. While this mechanical issue was unrelated to the Prudhoe Bay Oil transit line issue, our commitment to resolving the problem remains the same. “ More than 15,000 feet of insulation has been removed form the transit lines in the Eastern Operating Area. Removal in the Western Operating Area has been halted due to potential asbestos exposure to workers. All orders for 16 miles of replacement pipeline have been submitted. Anticipated delivery of the pipeline is in the fourth quarter of 2006. Once all repairs are made, BP will be able to raise daily production back to 400,000 barrels per day.