The New Mexico Oil and Gas Association (NMOGA) recently hosted “Women in Energy” events at New Mexico State University (NMSU) and at the University of New Mexico (UNM). Nearly fifty students from a wide variety of fields, as well as department heads and STEM professors, attended the events, where they heard from an expert panel of leading women in … [Read More...]
A U.S. Chamber of Commerce report analyzes what the impact would be if hydraulic fracturing was banned. Some key findings include: THE UNITED STATES WOULD LOSE 14.8 MILLION JOBS. If hydraulic fracturing was banned starting next year, 3.9 million jobs would evaporate in 2017 alone, rising from there to claim 14.8 million jobs by 2022. … [Read More...]
By George J. Damiris, President and CEO, HollyFrontier Corp from thehill.com. What happens when the best of intentions leads to flawed governmental regulations? In most cases, the answer is loss of jobs, higher costs for consumers and the failure of the regulation to meet its objectives. These unintended consequences should be expected if the … [Read More...]
Energy New Mexico talks with Paul Gessing of the Rio Grande Foundation about issues facing oil and natural gas in New Mexico. A common theme of many of these issues is overreach by the Federal Government. If you would like to hear more from Paul you can catch recorded versions of his radio show here.
Patrick Padilla, Assistant Commissioner, New Mexico State Land Office, Oil, Gas, Minerals and Royalty visits with Energy New Mexico about the State Land Office and the role oil and natural gas plays in fulfilling the mission of the office. We also discuss the recent Bureau of Land Management proposed rules and the impact these rules […]