According to the OGJ website on November 1, according to Baker Hughes Co. ）The number of rigs in use in the United States decreased by eight to 822 in the week ended November 1, according to data from. Compared with 1067 units in the same period last year, 245 units were reduced.
The number of rigs in use on land decreased by 8 to 799. There is only one rig left in use in inland waters. One more rig in use at sea, to 22.
The number of oil rigs in use in the United States decreased by 5 to 691 from the previous week, compared with 874 in the same period last year. The number of natural gas rigs in use decreased by 3 to 130, 63 less than the same period last year.
Of the major oil and gas producing states, Oklahoma saw the largest decline in the number of rigs in use for the second consecutive week. 51 rigs in use, 3 less than the previous week.
Texas, New Mexico and Pennsylvania dropped three sets to 416, 108 and 25, respectively.
Colorado, 24, Alaska, 7, 1 each.
The number of rigs in use remained unchanged in five states, 52 in North Dakota; 32 in Wyoming; 15 in West Virginia; 14 in California; and 11 in Ohio.