Benefits of Oil & Natural Gas

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Oil and natural gas are integral parts of our economy and, through revenues and royalties, contributes more than any other industry to fund New Mexico's schools, public safety, and health care. Hundreds of businesses, big and small, create an industry that's dedicated to building a better economy and brighter future for our state and future generations to come.

TOTAL OIL AND NATURAL GAS CONTRIBUTIONS TO EDUCATION

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Socorro

$16,201,000
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Sierra

$3,084,000
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Valencia

$26,885,000
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Bernalillo

$308,619,000
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Chaves

$28,664,000
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Lincoln

$7,308,000
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Roosevelt

$17,084,000
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De Baca

$923,000
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Guadalupe

$1,987,000
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Lea

$33,276,000
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San Miguel

$20,541,000
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Harding

$721,000
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Mora

$1,855,000
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Torrance

$5,024,000
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Union

$1,757,000
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Colfax

$4,857,000
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Curry

$21,984,000
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Quay

$5,592,000
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Hidalgo

$2,091,000
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Luna

$11,403,000
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Otero

$18,752,000
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Eddy

$26,161,000
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Doña Ana

$136,988,000
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Catron

$1,339,000
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Grant

$16,138,000
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Cibola

$8,709,000
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Taos

$11,977,000
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Santa Fe

$47,965,000
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Los Alamos

$8,279,000
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Sandoval

$47,703,000
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McKinley

$23,946,000
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Rio Arriba

$15,744,000
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San Juan

$50,161,000
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