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Drilling Production 2011 P1

  • 12/29/2011 -- US drilling rig count off slightly
    US oil and gas drilling rig activity this week slipped slightly by 1 rig to 2,007 total rigs working. The rig count for the week ended Dec. 29 was up by 313 from the comparable period a year ago, Baker Hughes Inc. reported.
  • 12/28/2011 -- Analyst: Aramco to increase drilling by 12% in 2012
    Saudi Aramco plans to increase its drilling rig count by 12% next year to 145 to increase production of oil and natural gas from offshore Manifa field, according to an energy analyst.
  • 12/22/2011 -- US drilling rig count down 11 units
    US oil and gas drilling rig activity this week dropped 11 rigs to 2,008 total rigs working. The rig count for the week ended Dec. 22 was up by 294 from the comparable period a year ago, Baker Hughes Inc. reported.
  • 12/21/2011 -- LLOG producing from Who Dat oil, gas field in Gulf of Mexico
    LLOG Exploration Co. LLC started production from Who Dat oil and natural gas field on Mississippi Canyon (MC) Blocks 503, 504, and 547 in the Gulf of Mexico. LLOG expects to ramp up production to 20,000 b/d and 22 MMcfd from three existing wells.
  • 12/21/2011 -- Pacific Drilling receives deepwater drillship
    Pacific Drilling SA, Luxembourg, has taken delivery of the Pacific Santa Ana dual-gradient ultradeepwater drillship, for which Chevron holds a 5-year contract for work in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • 12/19/2011 -- CNOOC shuts down platforms because of subsea pipeline leak
    CNOOC Ltd. said Zhuhai Hengqin gas processing terminal reported a leak in a subsea gas pipeline, prompting the shut down of relevant platforms in Panyu 30-1 gas field and Hui Zhou 21-1 oil field in the eastern South China Sea off Guangdong Province.
  • 12/16/2011 -- US drilling rig count gains 32 units
    US oil and gas drilling rig activity this week gained 32 units to reach a total of 2,019 rigs working. The rig count for the week ended Dec. 16 was up by 310 units from the comparable period a year ago, Baker Hughes Inc. reported.
  • 12/16/2011 -- Chevron: Yet to receive Frade oil seep lawsuit from Brazil
    Chevron Corp. said it has yet to receive formal notice of a civil lawsuit that a Brazilian federal district prosecutor said he intends to file against Chevron and drilling contractor Transocean Ltd. seeking $10.7 billion in damages and also seeking an injunction to stop Chevron’s activities in Brazil.
  • 12/15/2011 -- Anadarko group sanctions Lucius truss spar development
    A group led by Anadarko Petroleum Corp. has sanctioned development of the Lucius deepwater discovery in the Gulf of Mexico using a truss spar with a capacity of 80,000 b/d of oil and 450 MMcfd of gas starting in 2014.
  • 12/09/2011 -- US drilling rig count falls another 6 units
    US oil and gas drilling rig activity last week fell again this week, down 6 units to reach a total of 1,987 rigs working. The rig count for the week ended Dec. 9 was up by 264 units from the comparable period a year ago, Baker Hughes Inc. reported.
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