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As US oil rig count falls, gas slump offers imperfect precedent

Reuters - 3 days ago
“Rig counts can be misleading,” said Anthony Yuen, a commodity strategist at Citigroup. Yuen co-authored a recent Citigroup research note that looked at how the 2008 natural gas price crash may...

The Number Of US Oil Rigs Has Dropped Almost 20% From Its October High

Business Insider - 6 days ago
Oil is where the action is. In its earnings announcement on Tuesday, Baker Hughes said that in previous down cycles for rig use, the number of rigs in use has fallen from 40%-60%. Since topping out...

Oil Rigs in U.S. at 2-Year Low as Bakken Drillers Bail

Bloomberg - 6 days ago
The U.S. oil rig count dropped by 49 this week to 1,317, the lowest since Jan. 25, 2013, Baker Hughes Inc. (BHI) said on its website Friday. The total count fell by 43 to 1,633. North Dakota, home of...

Biggest Oil-Rig Drop Since 2009 Spells Tough Year Ahead

Bloomberg - 3 weeks ago
The rig count fell by 93 in the three months through Dec. 26, and lost another 17 last week, Baker Hughes Inc. (BHI) data show. About 200 more will be idled over the next quarter as U.S. oil...

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Oil and gas industry workers in good physical condition, are needed for an industry that is expanding all over the world. Even those with little or no experience can find entry level jobs that pay reasonably well, whether they have a college degree or just a high school diploma.

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