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Rig count increase raises concerns

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The Baker Hughes weekly rotary rig count showed an increase of 12 total rigs July 7 for a total of 952 rigs drilling for oil and gas in the United States. Of the 952, 763 rigs are drilling for oil, up 7 from last week, while 189 are drilling for gas, an increase of 5. By state, Alaska and Oklahoma ...

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Bakken leads rig count increase

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The Baker Hughes weekly rig count total showed a small increase of six total rigs exploring for oil and gas Friday, led by an increase of three rigs in the Williston basin. Surprising areas of increase this week led to a net increase while many areas that have seen recent activity showed either losses or no increase at all. While ...

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Baker Hughes: Rig Count up another 11

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Breaking another record, the Baker Hughes Rotary Rig Count showed an other increase of 11 new rigs exploring for oil and gas this week. Despite some concern about overproduction, the rig count continues its upward climb, with a total of 927 rigs in the U.S. The total North American count is now 1059. Canada also increased its count by 33. ...

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Rig count: Colorado up 5, Texas down 1

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In a small surprise, this week’s Baker Hughes rotary rig count showed a nice gain of rigs exploring for oil and gas in Colorado. Typically, Texas has topped recent weekly increases, but this week the Lone Star State saw its first loss in several weeks. By state, Alaska, New Mexico, North Dakota and Oklahoma also gained one rig each.  Texas was ...

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U.S. rig count breaks 900

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With almost 500 more rigs than last year at this time, the Baker Hughes U.S. rotary rig count broke 900 Friday with another sizable jump of 16 new rigs exploring for oil and gas. The U.S. rig count now sits at 901. Of those rigs, 720 are exploring for oil, up 8 from last week, and 180 are exploring for ...

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Permian rig count up, Marcellus down

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While the gain in the rig count is less than it has been the past few weeks, today’s number still shows an increase of 7 new rigs exploring for oil and gas, according to the latest numbers from Baker Hughes.  It isn’t surprising that the Permian Basin is still the hot spot, with an increase of 7 new rigs for ...

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Texas rig count ramp up continues

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This week’s Baker Hughes North America Rotary Rig Count showed another week of increases in Texas, with an addition of 11 new rigs exploring for oil and gas. The U.S. total rigs is now 870, up 13 from last week. Nine of those rigs are exploring for oil, while 4 are searching for gas. The Gulf of Mexico lost 3 ...

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Rig count continues steady upward climb

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While Canada lost 19 rigs this week, the U.S. Baker Hughes rig count continues its steady upward climb. With fourteen straight weeks of increase, it doesn’t seem as though it will stop anytime soon. This week’s total is up ten from last week. Of the 857 rigs, 688 are exploring for oil, while 167 are exploring for gas. Two rigs ...

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Rig count gains another 15

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The continued ramp up in the Permian basis comes as no surprise this week, as the area absorbed most of this week’s rig count gains. The Permian saw an increase of 12 rigs this week, the majority of the 15 total rigs gained in the U.S. Totals now reach 839, almost double last year’s total at this time of 443. ...

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Rig count up 15, up 374 over last year

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The Baker Hughes rig count showed an increase of 15 over last week, bringing the current total to 824. Ten are exploring for oil, and 5 are searching for gas. Texas gained another 7 rigs, and Alaska was up 4. By basin, the Permian saw gains of of four, and one each in the Eagle Ford, Granite Wash, and Haynesville. ...

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