Rigzone Data Services
As a recognized leader in the industry, Rigzone understands that business decisions require keen strategic insight supported by strong, comprehensive data.
Rigzone Data Services features a range of products that combine the highest quality data with the most powerful analysis and reporting tools available. Thoroughly proven by industry veterans and trusted by industry experts, Rigzone Data Services provides real-time information on the worldwide mobile offshore rig fleet — including rig utilization, dayrates, contracts, equipment specs, and much more — to ensure that you have trusted, accurate, and relevant information and analysis, exactly when you need it, to make your business better.
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With over 100 data points covering the entire mobile offshore rig fleet, RigLogix provides you with tens of thousands of pieces of data from rated water depth to BOP diameter, from dayrate to design company.
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FROM OUR ANALYSTS
Commodity Weekly: OPEC Cuts not Cutting It
Friday, June 16, 2017 The fall in oil prices over the past week is indicative of the consensus view that the coordinated output cut among OPEC and non-OPEC is inadequate.
Oil Rises 2% Off Strong EIA Data
Wednesday, March 29, 2017 Oil rose Wednesday morning after the EIA reports significant drawdowns in product inventories for the week ending March 24.
Oil Falls on Yet Another US Crude Build
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Both the US and global benchmarks slipped over 80 cents off newsflow that US crude inventories had risen by 5 million barrels for the week ending March 17.
Oil Falls on Supply Worries
Wednesday, March 01, 2017 Markets continue to be encouraged by positive data showing high compliance levels for the 1.8 million barrel per day coordinated cut.
Crude Falls to Fresh Lows
Wednesday, January 06, 2016 Worries about China and record refined product inventories weigh on prices.
Crude Falls; US Production Rises Week over Week
Wednesday, November 04, 2015 WTI touched a low of $47.17/bbl after the EIA reported crude inventories rose for the sixth straight week and that product demand fell for the week ending October 30.