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New Mexico Oil & Gas Association names new president and CEO

New Mexico Oil & Gas Association names new president and CEO

Matt Narvaiz, Albuquerque Business First | March 2nd, 2022The New Mexico Oil & Gas Association announced on Tuesday it has named a new president and CEO.

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Record High Russian Oil Imports Show Need for Smarter Domestic Energy Policy

Record High Russian Oil Imports Show Need for Smarter Domestic Energy Policy

Martin Durbin, U.S. Chamber of Commerce | March 1st, 2022Yesterday, the Department of Energy released U.S. energy trade data for December 2021, giving us the first look at full year 2021 imports from Russia. With the backdrop of Russia invading Ukraine, DOE’s latest figures highlight the opportunity for domestic energy policies that strengthen U.S. energy security and help allies and partners reduce their dependence on Russia’s oil and natural gas.

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Doug Ackerman Named President and CEO of the New Mexico Oil & Gas Association

Doug Ackerman Named President and CEO of the New Mexico Oil & Gas Association

NMOGA Press Release | March 1, 2022

Brings two decades of consumer, brand, and strategy experience

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Veteran marketing executive to head NM oil and gas group

Veteran marketing executive to head NM oil and gas group

Kevin Robinson-Avila, Albuquerque Journal | March 1st, 2022The New Mexico Oil and Gas Association announced Tuesday that longtime marketing and public affairs executive Doug Ackerman of Austin will become the group’s new president and CEO.

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How do Americans use oil and gas?

How do Americans use oil and gas?

Dale Janway, Carlsbad Current Argus | February 26th, 2022We continually hear from people who are against fossil fuels, and are wanting to shut down the industry. Do these people not understand the industry and everything it does for every one of us?

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Six ways Joe Biden can curb Putin's aggression by unleashing the US energy industry

Six ways Joe Biden can curb Putin's aggression by unleashing the US energy industry

Kathleen Sgamma, Washington Examiner | February 26th, 2022The situation in Ukraine is dire, but President Joe Biden refuses to use the power he has at hand to inflict pain on Russia. The power does not come from sanctions, which require diplomacy and consensus-building with allies that inevitably watered them down to the point of zero deterrent impact. It’s the strategic energy power he had at hand but chose to squander in the name of unrealizable climate change goals. The United States doesn’t need to continue to look weak in the face of real-world, great-power competition.

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