No change in weekly rig count in Oklahoma

Rig Count | Baker Hughes Rig Count


Baker Hughes reported the number of oil and gas drilling rigs active in the U.S. rose by 3 in the past week while Oklahoma’s count was unchanged.

The latest Baker Hughes rig report showed Oklahoma has 51 rigs actively seeking oil and gas. The national count increased to 698. The gain included three more oil rigs for a total of 552 while the number of gas rigs was unchanged at 144.

A year ago, the U.S. count was 440 and since then, there has been a gain of 258 rigs including 210 more oil rigs and 48 more gas rigs.

Texas saw a decline of one to 345 rigs wile New Mexico gained two for a total of 97. North Dakota stayed at 35 and Louisiana added two to reach 58.

The count in Kansas, according to the Red Top Rig Report grew by two in the past week to reach 51 active rigs. Colorado continued with 15 rigs while Louisiana saw its count grow by two to reach 58.

Pennsylvania was unchanged at 23 while West Virginia stayed at 14 and Wyoming continued with 15 working rigs.

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Oklahoma’s Ardmore and Arkoma Woodfords each had 2 working rigs while the Cana Woodford saw a decline of one to 26 rigs.

The Permian Basin numbers grew by one to 335. The Haynesville was unchanged at 67 and the Marcellus stayed at 37 rigs. The D-J Basin was unchanged at 15 while the Eagle Ford saw no growth and continued with 61 rigs.

The Granite Wash saw no change and stayed at four working rigs. The Mississippian continued with only one rig while the Utica was unchanged at 12 and the Williston added one to reach a total of 37 working rigs.