There a lot of drilling companies operating throughout the United States. While some of these oilfield operations offer their services worldwide, we’ve compiled a more inclusive list of U.S. drilling rig locations.
The number of ABS CDS-drilled rigs has increased by a factor of three in the last five years. Currently, over 70 rigs have been delivered with the CDS signifying that additional conditions have been satisfied for the drilling system, its subsystems, equipment, or components.
Cactus is the largest privately-held domestic land drilling contractor in the United States. With headquarters in Oklahoma City, the company has operations in Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, and New Mexico.
H&P is continually expanding their presence to meet the growing demand for oil and gas worldwide. The company currently owns and operates land rigs across North America, South America, the Middle East and Africa, with offshore rigs in the Gulf of Mexico.
Precision Drilling is Canada’s largest oil and gas driller, with over 240 drilling rigs and servicing locations worldwide. The company’s headquarters are located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Precision Drilling is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the trading symbol “PDS,” and on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the trading symbol “PD.”
Cyclone Drilling is a drilling contractor based in the Rocky Mountains. Cyclone operates top drive and rotary table rigs throughout Montana, North Dakota, Wyoming, and Colorado. Company headquarters are located in Gillette, Wyoming.
Patterson UTI operates land based drilling rigs throughout oil and natural gas producing regions of the continental United States and Western Canada. Founded in 1978, Patterson is headquartered in Houston, Texas. The company is composed of three segments: Contract Drilling, Pressure Pumping, and Oil and Natural Gas.
Energy Drilling Company is a privately owned land drilling contractor with headquarters in Natchez, Mississippi. Energy Drilling’s fleet is made up of nine drilling rigs operating in Louisiana, East Texas, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Alabama.
Nomac provides drilling services for oil and natural gas operators in Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, West Virginia and Wyoming. Nomac Drilling was founded in 2001 and is based in El Reno, Oklahoma. Nomac Drilling, L.L.C. is a subsidiary of Chesapeake Oilfield Operating, L.L.C.
Established in 1987, Ensign is a land based drilling and well servicing contractor whose services include drilling, directional drilling, well servicing, well testing, and pressure drilling. Ensign serves crude oil, natural gas, and geothermal energy operators. Ensign operates rigs worldwide, with locations in the United States, Canada, Australia, Libya, Oman, Argentina, and Venezuela.
The Nabors rig fleet represents one of the world’s youngest and most advanced fleets in the gas drilling and land drilling industries. From standard rigs to more unique constructions, Nabors’ rigs provide solutions for any scale or environment. Even harsh environments that require marsh buggies.
As of June 9th, 2016, there are 27 active drilling rigs operating in North Dakota. A partial list of current rig operators includes SM Energy Company, Newfield Production Company, Burlington Resources Oil Gas Company, and Continental Resources.
Independence Contract Drilling is a land drilling services provider headquartered in Houston, Texas. The company was established in 2011, and it currently operates pad optimal rigs throughout the Permian Basin in Texas.
True Drilling uses rotary rigs to drill for oil and natural gas from depths of 4,000 to 25,000 feet. True Drilling operates primarily in the Rocky Mountain area, with some service in North Dakota. The company’s main office is located in Casper, Wyoming.
Keystone Energy Tools is a manufacturer with over fifty years of combined experience in designing, manufacturing, and delivering high-quality oilfield tools, including elevators, slips, dies and inserts, tongs dies, safety clamps, stabbing guides, drill pipe float valves, baffle plates, float valve pullers, rotating mouseholes, and tong blocks.
By using the latest in 3D modeling for product design, implementing unique strategies, and by staying current with the rapid advances in manufacturing technology and quality-assurance standards, Keystone is able to manufacture and produce the most reliable products on the market today. Keystone offers a variety oil field tools services including: equipment re-certification, equipment repairs, load testing, and rotating mouse-holes remanufacturing. All Keystone Handling Tools are manufactured according to API 8C and API 7K Standards.