Rig Counts up from One Year Ago

Posted by Michelle Howard
Friday, February 07, 2014

Baker Hughes Incorporated (BHI) has announced  that the international rig count for January 2014 was 1,325, down 10 from the 1,335 counted in December 2013, and up 46 from the 1,279 counted in January 2013. The international offshore rig count for January 2014 was 302, down four from the 306 counted in December 2013, and down five from the 307 counted in January 2013.

The average U.S. rig count for January 2014 was 1,769, down two from the 1,771 counted in December 2013, and up 12 from the 1,757 counted in January 2013. The average Canadian rig count for January 2014 was 504, up 132 from the 372 counted in December 2013, and up one from the 503 counted in January 2013.

The worldwide rig count for January 2014 was 3,598, up 120 from the 3,478 counted in December 2013, and up 59 from the 3,539 counted in January 2013.

  • Photo: Baker Hughes Incorporated

    Photo: Baker Hughes Incorporated

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