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Houston (AP)  Oilfield Services Company Baker Hughes Incorporated says the
number of rigs actively exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. Dropped by
12 this week to 1,749.

The Houston-based company said in its weekly
report Friday that 1,316 rigs were exploring for oil and 429 for gas. Four were
listed as miscellaneous. That's 692 fewer rigs operating than this time last
year. North Dakota's rig count increased by five rigs.

West Texas
Intermediate Crude priced at Oklahoma's cushing pipeline hub closed the week at
$95.56 a barrel.







 


Associated Press


 


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