Extracting oil and gas via hydraulic fracturing – or fracking – uses and generates millions of gallons of water unfit for human consumption.Read more
Oil production continues gushing in southeastern New Mexico and on pace for another blockbuster year.Read more
Jobs supported and revenue generated on public lands managed by the federal Bureau of Land Management saw a dramatic increase in 2018, driven by oil and gas operations.Read more
As more oil and gas pipelines continue to be installed throughout southeast New Mexico and the Permian Basin, safety regulations became more important in managing the industry’s growth.Read more
Associated Press | KOB4 | October 13, 2019
A surge in construction jobs continues in New Mexico thanks in large part to the oil and gas boom in the southeastern corner of the state.
The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that the Associated General Contractors of America says New Mexico added 4,300 construction jobs in a one-year period beginning in August 2018 to reach 51,100 construction jobs.Read more