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US drilling activity continued to increase with 18 more rotary rigs working this week for a total 1,818, compared with 1,483 units drilling during the same period a year ago, Baker Hughes Inc. reported.
US drilling activity continued to climb this week with 829 rotary rigs working, officials at Baker Hughes Inc., Houston, reported Friday.
US natural gas exploration and production companies are apt to increase land drilling activity throughout this year, Standard & Poor's said in a recent survey.
Martin Cherrington, Kenneth R. Weeks Cherrington Corp. Sacramento Harold Y. Anderson H.Y. Anderson Engineers San Rafael, Calif. Successful directionally drilled crossings of three major elevated waterways in California shows that long distance, large-diameter crossings are possible even in such ...
Chesapeake Energy Corp. Chairman and CEO Aubrey K. McClendon "We were among the earliest companies to anticipate and believe in this new world of high oil and gas prices."
Chesapeake Energy Corp. plans to stay the course in 2005 with a business strategy that its cofounders developed during the late 1990s: Actively drill for natural gas primarily in the US Midcontinent.
gas market signals sustained drilling for gas through first quarter 1994 ..... up from 25% at present. DRILLING FOR GAS William A. Gilbert, manager ..... throughout 1993 averaged 373 drilling for gas . In first quarter 1994, the
01 tcf next year, with most of those new supplies coming from the Gulf of Mexico. IPAA said the number of rigs drilling for gas is �as high as it ever has been." It added, �The incentives to produce certainly are there. But in order to produce
s E&D revival continues as gas sets the pace. The Netherlands has agreed to let Shell, Esso, and Mobil resume drilling for gas in the Wadden Zee. The 5 year agreement, now being ratified by the Dutch government, entails not reinstating a
A.D. Koen Gulf Coast News Editor Federal tax credits have sparked a boom in U.S. drilling for gas contained in coal seams and tight sands. Some analysts say drilling for unconventional nonassociated gas accounted for as much