Non-OPEC rig count stood at 2,716 rigs in June, which represents an increase of 178 rigs compared to the
previous month. Of the total, 2,433 rigs were operating offshore and the rest onshore. In terms of the oil and gas
split, 856 rigs were drilling for oil, while the remainder was drilling for gas. Regionally, there were increases in
North America, Latin America and the Middle East.
OPEC rig count stood at 312 rigs in June, representing an increase of 2 rigs over the previous month. Gains took
place in Indonesia, Kuwait, Qatar and Venezuela. Of the total, 247 rigs were operating offshore and the rest
onshore. In terms of the oil and gas split, 263 oil rigs were drilling for oil and the rest was gas rigs.