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US Oil Rig Count Keeps Falling

Wall Street Journal - 21 hours ago
The U.S. oil rig count fell by 41 to 825 in the latest week, according to Baker Hughes Inc., making the 15th straight week of declines. The number of U.S. oil drilling rigs--a proxy for activity in...

Oil retreat losing steam? U.S. oil rig count drop the smallest in three weeks

Financial Post - 19 hours ago
The country has lost an unprecedented 750 oil rigs in the past 15 weeks as collapsing prices force drillers to let go of thousands of workers and retreat from shale formations. The slide in the rig...

Oil rig count continues slide as debate grows on uncompleted well backlog

Platts - 16 hours ago
On Friday, 825 oil rigs were working domestically, down 41 from last week and down 784 from October 10, according to the Baker Hughes weekly rig count. The number of rigs in the Bakken Shale of North...

U.S. Oil Rig Count Trends Lower, Shouldn't Have Major Effect

Forbes - 4 days ago
Oil directed drilling activity in the U.S. continues to trend lower, with Baker Hughes reporting that drillers laid down another 56 rigs over the last week, taking the oil rig count to 866. The oil...

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