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2016-01-24 18:25:00

U.S. RIGS DOWN 13

U.S. RIGS DOWN 13

U.S. Rig Count is down 13 rigs from last week to 637, with oil rigs down 5 to 510, and gas rigs down 8 to 127.

U.S. Rig Count is down 996 rigs from last year at 1,633, with oil rigs down 807, and gas rigs down 189. 

The U.S. Offshore rig count is 29, up 3 from last week, and down 25 rigs year over year.  

Canadian Rig Count is up 23 rigs from last week to 250, with oil rigs up 24 to 134, and gas rigs down 1 to 116. 

Canadian Rig Count is down 182 rigs from last year at 432, with oil rigs down 89, and gas rigs down 93. 

 

      Week   Year
Location Week +/- Ago +/- Ago
           
Land 607 -16 623 -961 1568
Inland Waters 1 0 1 -10 11
Offshore 29 3 26 -25 54
United States Total 637 -13 650 -996 1633
           
Gulf Of Mexico 29 3 26 -24 53
Canada 250 23 227 -182 432
North America 887 10 877 -1178 2065
           
U.S. Breakout Information This Week +/- Last Week +/- Year Ago
           
Oil 510 -5 515 -807 1317
Gas 127 -8 135 -189 316
           
Directional 60 -2 62 -86 146
Horizontal 500 -11 511 -729 1229
Vertical 77 0 77 -181 258
           
Canada Breakout Information This Week +/- Last Week +/- Year Ago
           
Oil 134 24 110 -89 223
Gas 116 -1 117 -93 209
Miscellaneous 0 0 0 0 0
           
Major State Variances This Week +/- Last Week +/- Year Ago
           
Alaska 11 2 9 0 11
Arkansas 0 0 0 -12 12
California 7 -1 8 -8 15
Colorado 20 0 20 -44 64
Kansas 10 -2 12 -13 23
Louisiana 54 0 54 -56 110
New Mexico 30 -2 32 -59 89
North Dakota 45 -2 47 -102 147
Ohio 14 1 13 -30 44
Oklahoma 87 0 87 -106 193
Pennsylvania 23 -3 26 -30 53
Texas 294 -7 301 -459 753
Utah 3 0 3 -12 15
West Virginia 12 0 12 -13 25
Wyoming 15 0 15 -31 46
                       
Major Basin Variances This Week +/- Last Week +/- Year Ago
           
Ardmore Woodford 3 0 3 -3 6
Arkoma Woodford 7 -1 8 2 5
Barnett 4 -1 5 -21 25
Cana Woodford 39 2 37 -5 44
DJ-Niobrara 19 0 19 -34 53
Eagle Ford 64 -4 68 -117 181
Fayetteville 0 0 0 -9 9
Granite Wash 14 0 14 -27 41
Haynesville 18 -5 23 -24 42
Marcellus 35 -3 38 -41 76
Mississippian 10 -2 12 -53 63
Permian 199 -3 202 -282 481
Utica 14 1 13 -32 46
Williston 45 -2 47 -108 153

 

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