The Baker Hughes Rig Count shows 1055 active drilling rigs in the US as of September 14th. This is an increase of 20 rigs from the August 10th count, and an increase of 119 rigs as compared to September 2017.
The BOE Report shows the active rig count in Canada is at 226 rigs. The oil rig count is at 148, which is up 8 from a month ago and gas rigs are at 78, an increase of 9 from August. The report has Alberta with 156 working rigs, and Saskatchewan with 48 active rigs.
|Bakken Total: 54
North Dakota: 54
|Rocky Mountain Total: 166
New Mexico: 99
|Central Plains Total: 139
|Gulf States Total: 67
Louisiana North: 32
Louisiana South (land & offshore): 29
|Texas Total: 524
District 1: 44
District 2: 28
District 3: 13
District 4: 14
District 5: 2
District 6: 22
District 7B: 2
District 7C: 49
District 8: 316
District 8A: 19
District 9: 3
District 10: 12
|Marcellus Total: 77
West Virginia: 13
In the Permian Basin, the September count is 483 rigs, down 2 rigs from August. Among the most active Operators are Chevron, Pioneer Natural Resources, and XTO Energy. Drillers with an active presence include Helmrich & Payne, Patterson UTI, and Pinnenergy.
The Eagle Ford Shale is at 78 active rigs, down 1 from the August count of 79.
There are 48 active rigs in the Haynesville Shale, compared to 49 rigs one month ago.
The Anadarko rig count is at 139, the same as August.
In the Rockies, the active rig count in the Niobrara Shale is at 62 rigs, a gain of 2 active rigs, from August.
The Bakken Shale rig count is 54 rigs, down 2 from 1 month ago.
The Marcellus has 77 active rigs, an increase of 1 rig since August.
The oil rig count is at 148, which is up 8 from a month ago and gas rigs are at 78, an increase of 9 from August. The report has Alberta with 156 working rigs, and Saskatchewan with 48 active rigs.
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