Analysts see drilling dropping hard, fast

Baker Hughes reported Friday that the count of drilling rigs in the U.S. has dropped 12% since September, and analysts project hundreds more rigs will be idle by the middle of 2009. Combined with other effects of the recession, reduced drilling could lead to a shortage of oil supply when the economy turns around, according to this article.

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