US Rig Count Falls to One-Year Low

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The number of active drilling rigs in the US fell to its lowest point in over a year, data from oil-field services provider Baker Hughes show, as skyrocketing oil-field costs and drooping natural gas prices keep the pressure on producers.

Rig Count, Shale, Gas Prices, Oil Supply, Crude Oil
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