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US rig count in Week15 down by 3 units to 1,022 - Baker Hughes

Gasoil News - Published on Mon, 15 Apr 2019

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According to Baker Hughes data, US drilling rig count dropped 3 units to reach 1,022 rigs working for the week ended April 12,. The count is up 14 units from the 1,008 rigs working this time a year ago.

AreaLast CountCountChange from Prior CountDate of Prior CountChange from Last YearDate of Last Year's Count
US12-Apr-191,022-35-Apr-191413-Apr-18
Canada12-Apr-1966-25-Apr-19-3613-Apr-18
InternationalMar'20191,03912Feb'201967Mar'2018
 


US oil directed rigs increased by 2 from last week to 833 units. A year ago, 815 units were drilling for oil. Gas-directed rigs fell by 5 to 189 rigs, 3 fewer than were drilling for gas a year ago. Among the major oil and gas-producing states, Texas saw the largest increase in rigs week-over-week. With an increase of 3 units, the number of rigs working in Texas reached 502. With a single-unit increase each, Ohio, 15, and Kansas, 1, were the only other states showing an increase in counts. Eight states remained unchanged this week, namely Louisiana, 65; North Dakota, 61; Wyoming, 36; Colorado, 32; California, 13; Alaska, 8; Utah, 7; and Arkansas, 0. Oklahoma, 104, and Pennsylvania, 44, were both down 3 units each. New Mexico dropped 2 units to reach 105. West Virginia saw one fewer rig drilling for the week at 21.

Canada’s rig count is down 2 units for the week. At 66 rigs, the count is 36 fewer than the 102 units drilling this week a year ago. A 4-rig drop brought the oil-directed rig count to 18 for the week. Gas-directed rigs in Canada increased by 2 units to reach 48.

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Mon, 15 Apr 2019
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