January: Offshore rig count goes down

Baker Hughes Incorporated has posted an international rig count report for January 2015 on its Investor Relations website according to which the international offshore rigs are down by 24 from last month.

The international rig count for January 2015 was 1,258, down 55 from the 1,313 counted in December 2014, and down 67 from the 1,325 counted in January 2014.

The international offshore rig count for January 2015 was 314, down 24 from the 338 counted in December 2014, and up 12 from the 302 counted in January 2014.

The U.S. offshore rig count for January 2015 was 53, down 6 from the 59 counted in December 2014 and down 5 from the 58 counted in January 2014.

The average U.S. rig count for January 2015 was 1,683, down 199 from the 1,882 counted in December 2014, and down 86 from the 1,769 counted in January 2014.

The average Canadian rig count for January 2015 was 368, down 7 from the 375 counted in December 2014, and down 136 from the 504 counted in January 2014.

The Canadian offshore rig count for January 2015 was 3, up 1 from the 2 counted in December 2014, and up 2 from the 1 counted in January 2014.

The worldwide rig count for January 2015 was 3,309, down 261 from the 3,570 counted in December 2014, and down 289 from the 3,598 counted in January 2014.

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