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Baker Hughes: Overall US rig count unchanged, but oil rigs u 
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Post Baker Hughes: Overall US rig count unchanged, but oil rigs u
OGJ Production News

The overall US rig count failed to record an increase this week for
the second time in 3 weeks as oil-directed rigs edged up. The drop in
activity comes just a few days after the US Energy Information
Administration slightly lowered its crude oil production forecast for
2018 given the recent decline in crude prices.



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