Rig counts have long been used to assess the overall health of the oil and gas industry and predict future production. In fact, the Baker Hughes rig count, released every Friday since 1944, is so widely read and analyzed by financial traders and investors that it results in market moves.
However, the timing and nature of the release means that no one has a real competitive advantage. What if you could predict this market moving information?
Read the paper to see how the Drillinginfo Rig Count offers a competitive advantage by providing more timely intelligence. Can your rig count do this?
Go beyond the traditional weekly rig counts
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