Units drilling for oil decreased by 16 for a total of 1395, but still 55 units higher than a year ago.
The count drilling for gas added by three, however, to 372. The tally was still down 57 from a year ago.
Offshore, the Gulf of Mexico gained a pair of rigs for a total of 59, up 11 from a year ago.
Colorado shed the most rigs for the week, its count dropping by six to a total of 64. The count for the DJ-Niobrara basin dropped by three.
Texas and Wyoming dropped three rigs each for totals of 845 and 53 respectively.
Amid rising natural gas prices, counts in the gas-rich Haynesville and Marcellus plays were up by two and three for counts of 42 and 88 respectively.
Alaska shed two rigs for a total of seven while California and North Dakota saw their counts drop by one for totals of 35 and 173 respectively.
West Virginia added two rigs for a total of 36 while Pennsylvania added one for a total of 55.