Baker Hughes Announces June 2002 Rig Counts

Tuesday, July 09, 2002
Baker Hughes Incorporated announced that the international rig count for June 2002 was 730 up 12 from the 718 counted in May 2002 and down 30 from the 760 counted in June 2001. The international offshore rig count for June 2002 was 232 up 13 from the 219 counted in May 2002 and unchanged from the 232 counted in June 2001. The US rig count for June 2002 was 843 up 17 from the 826 counted in May 2002 and down 428 from the 1,271 counted in June 2001. The Canadian rig count for June 2002 was 205 up 91 from the 114 counted in May 2002 and down 97 from the 302 counted in June 2001. The worldwide rig count for June 2002 was 1,778 up 120 from the 1,658 counted in May 2002 and down 555 from the 2,333 counted in June 2001.
Maritime Reporter August 2015 Digital Edition
FREE Maritime Reporter Subscription
Latest Maritime News    rss feeds

Offshore

Latest ShipConstructor Update Targets Offshore

With the release of ShipConstructor 2016 R1.1, SSI said it provides additional enhancement for the offshore rig construction market, particularly with regards to weld management.

MODEC FPSO Achieves First off Brazil

MODEC, Inc. announced today that its FPSO Cidade de Itaguai MV26, operating in the Iracema Norte area of Lula field, in the Pre-Salt layer of Santos Basin offshore Brazil,

AFBO to Provide Security in Arctic Waters

State of the Arctic Council to establish a new mechanism to strengthen operational cooperation and coordination of activities at sea. This is dictated by the

Salvage

Runaway Crane Barge Sinks on the Mississippi

The U.S. Coast Guard is working with a team of responders to recover a runaway crane barge that sunk near Convent on the Mississippi River.   The crane barge

Historic WW I Shipwreck Survey Underway

Partnering U.S. agencies have commenced surveying the historic shipwreck of an American lightship shelled and sunk by a German U-boat during World War I nearly 100 years ago.

Titanic's Last Luncheon Menu Heading to Auction

More than a century after first-class passengers aboard the ill-fated Titanic ate grilled mutton chops and custard pudding in an elaborate dining room, the ship's

 
 
Naval Architecture Navigation Pod Propulsion Port Authority Salvage Ship Repair Ship Simulators Shipbuilding / Vessel Construction Sonar Winch
rss | archive | history | articles | privacy | contributors | top maritime news | about us | copyright | maritime magazines
maritime security news | shipbuilding news | maritime industry | shipping news | maritime reporting | workboats news | ship design | maritime business

Time taken: 0.3635 sec (3 req/sec)