Western Canada Drilling Rig Report

Drilling Rig Report Summary

Western Canada Drilling Rig Report May 5, 2021 we are tracking 30 Oil & Gas Operators and 57 drilling rigs that spud wells last 30 days in Alberta, BC and Saskatchewan.

  • Province by drilling rig count: Alberta (42), BC (11), Sask (4)
  • Top District by Drilling Rig; Grande Prairie (14), BC (11), Bonnyville (10), St Albert (6), Drayton Valley (6), Red Deer (6), Kindersley (1), Lloydminster (2), Medicine Hat (1), Estevan (1)

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Western Canada Drilling Rigs Details

The Western Canada Drilling Rig report date is April 28, 2021. Spudding is the process of a drilling rig beginning to drill a well in the oil and gas industry. … After the surface hole is completed, the main drill bit—which performs the task of drilling to the total depth—is inserted and this process can also be referred to as “spudding in.” (Data Source – Western Canada Drilling Rig Report April 28, 2021

Drilling Rigs that Spud Wells Last 30 Days in Western Canada

Drilling Rigs Last 30 Days in Western Canada

Western Canada Wells Spud Average

The most common applications of moving averages are to identify trend direction and to determine support and resistance levels. When asset prices cross over their moving averages. The graph below shows support for the growth of drilling wells in the Mid Continent.

Well Spud Western Canada Average

Western Canada New Rigs Added Last Week

The table below is a summary of the drilling rigs that spud wells in Western Canada last week for the first time since spring break-up 2021.

Western Canada New Rigs Added Last Week

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About the Rig Report

The location of the drilling is the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin (WCSB) located in Western Canada including southwestern Manitoba, southern Saskatchewan, Alberta, northeastern British Columbia.

Spudding is the process of beginning to drill a well in the oil and gas industry. … After the surface hole is completed, the main drill bit—which performs the task of drilling to the total depth—is inserted and this process can also be referred to as “spudding in.” (Data Source – Western Canada Drilling Rig Report April 28, 2021)

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