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Mayor’s water use is 8 times the average Santa Fe home

Daniel J. Chacón | The New Mexican | April 21, 2018

Earlier this month, Mayor Alan Webber challenged Santa Fe residents to reduce water consumption as part of a campaign to help the city claim the title of the most water-wise municipality in the nation.

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Court Tosses Activists' Claims Against BLM, San Juan Drilling

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SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO – A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought forward by a band of environmental activist groups against the United States Bureau of Land Management.

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Chevron donates $50K for Carlsbad Water Park renovation

Carlsbad Current-Argus Staff | Carlsbad Current-Argus | April 24, 2018

Chevron donated $50,000 Monday to the City of Carlsbad for improvements of the Carlsbad Water Park.

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State Energy Secretary Says Oil Is Coming Back Strong

Megan Petersen | Daily Times | April 16, 2018

The cabinet secretary of the New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department has told local oil and gas officials that things are continuing to look up for the industry — particularly in oil prices and production — in the aftermath of a regional recession.

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The U.S. Is A Net Natural Gas Exporter – Here's Why This Is A Big Deal

croppedimage.png Energy Factor by ExxonMobil | April 12, 2018

Recent data compiled by the U.S. Energy Information Administration shows that last year the U.S. exported more natural gas than it imported. This is a significant milestone because the last time this happened, in 1957, Dwight Eisenhower was in the White House, cars had big tail fins, and the brand-new Frisbee was all the rage.

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State revenue soars, led by surging oil production

Dan Boyd | Albuquerque Journal | April 11, 2018

SANTA FE – New Mexico revenue collections are continuing to soar after several cash-lean years, prompting Gov. Susana Martinez to assert on Wednesday that efforts to grow and diversify the state’s economy are paying off.

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