Land rigs received a 16-unit boost to an even 1,800 as rigs drilling in inland waters collected 3 more units to total 18. Offshore rigs, meanwhile, declined 4 units to 55.
Oil rigs climbed 13 units to 1,558. Gas rigs increased 3 units to 314. Rigs considered unclassified were cut in half—losing 1 unit, only 1 now remains.
Horizontal drilling rigs spiked 13 units to 1,263 while directional drilling rigs were up 1 unit to 229.
In Canada, a 29-unit drop largely consisted of oil rigs, which fell 25 units to 141. Gas rigs lost 4 units to settle at 95. Canada still has 30 more rigs than this week a year ago.
Major states, basins
Oklahoma’s 8-unit rise to 208 led the major oil- and gas-producing states, with Pennsylvania’s 2-unit addition to 59 placing a distant second. With each gaining 1 unit, North Dakota, Colorado, California, Ohio, and Alaska respectively total 171, 69, 48, 41, and 10.
Unchanged from a week ago were Texas at 889, New Mexico at 90, Wyoming at 51, Utah at 27, West Virginia at 25, and Arkansas at 11.
Louisiana relinquished 2 units to settle at 107. Kansas lost 3 units to settle at 30.