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Horizontal Land Rig Count Summary 1st April 2016

Horizontal rigs fell by 13 to 346 and total land rigs fell 12 to 420.

 

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Tight oil rigs fell by 10. Permian and Granite Wash each lost 4. The Bakken lost 2 and the Mississippi Lime lost 1 while the Eagle Ford gained 1 rig.

Shale gas rigs fell by 1 in the Marcellus.

By Arthur Berman for Oilprice.com

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