Gains in the Permian Basin weren't enough to offset the ongoing pullback in the U.S. rig count for the week ended Friday, and the United States finished down one to 935, according to data compiled by Baker Hughes Inc.
The United States added four natural gas-directed rigs for the week ended Friday, offsetting a decline of three oil rigs to leave the combined domestic rig count up one at 944, according to data released by Baker Hughes Inc.
Led by declines in the Marcellus Shale, the U.S. rig count fell by six for the week ending Friday, as two natural gas-directed and four oil-directed units left the patch, according to data from Baker Hughes Inc. Read More
The U.S. oil and natural gas rig count held steady for the week ended July 14, while Canada gained back what it lost the week before and then some, according to data released Friday by Baker Hughes Inc. Read More
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