Brighter Future Fund Awards $50,000 to Increase Economic Opportunities, Fight Hunger

SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO – Today, the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association’s Brighter Future Fund awarded $50,000 to six New Mexico non-profit organizations in support of efforts to increase economic opportunities and fight hunger. The six organizations serve ten counties across New Mexico.

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EOG Resources and Employees Donate More Than $822,000 to Local Food Banks and Pantries

EOG Resources, Press Release | July 8, 2020

To show its support and commitment to the communities where it operates, EOG Resources and its employees have committed more than $822,000 to more than 40 different food banks.

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Improvement project on U.S. 285 south of Carlsbad begins next month

Mike Smith, Carlsbad Current-Argus | July 7, 2020

Roadwork underway in other parts of Eddy County

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Post-Pandemic, a Sustained, Essential Recovery Will Depend on Energy

David Holt, RealClear Energy | July 6, 2020

As states attempt to slowly return to some degree of normalcy from COVID-19, the pandemic with its incalculable consequences clearly illuminates how essential it is to reinvigorate our economies and critical industries to allow us to better offset any future disruption.

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Taos Community Foundation: Leading in a Time of Crisis

Lisa O'Brien, Taos News | July 6, 2020

For the past 22 years, Taos Community Foundation has been the “platform for giving” in Northern New Mexico.

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New Mexico ag relies on renewable and traditional fuels

Victoria Gonzales, Las Cruces Sun | July 1, 2020

New Mexico is making impressive strides to expand its sources of renewable energy such as wind and solar, but our state’s economy — especially our agricultural sector — continues to depend heavily on traditional energy sources including oil and gas.

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