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Oil production at biggest U.S. shale field set to hit new record

Jessica Resnick-ault, Reuters | November 15th, 2021NEW YORK, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Crude oil production from the Permian Basin, the largest U.S. oil field, is set to surpass its pre-pandemic record in December, a swift turnaround that has not been replicated in the country's other oil regions.

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NMOGA Statement on Federal Leasing Ban Around Chaco Canyon

Undermining oil and gas hurts education

Catherine Brijalba, Santa Fe New Mexican | November 12th, 2021The Biden administration’s attacks on oil and natural gas are attacks on children’s educations.

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Farmington Museum ready to raise curtain on delayed 'Built by Gas' exhibition

Mike Easterling, Farmington Daily News | November 11th, 2021FARMINGTON — A long-awaited exhibition that charts San Juan County's transformation from a sparsely populated farming district to an often-bustling energy center opens Friday, Nov. 12, at the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park.

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Carlsbad non-profits 'step up' during COVID-19, spend millions to support community

Adrian Hedden, Carlsbad Current Argus | November 7th, 2021

The impact of Carlsbad’s nonprofits is felt throughout the community, as public services are bolstered by support for those in need.

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Look To American Oil And Natural Gas, Not OPEC+

Mark Green, American Petroleum Institute | November 5th, 2021For the second time in less than three months, OPEC+ has rejected the Biden administration’s plea for accelerated crude oil production. With U.S. gasoline prices averaging $3.39 per gallon – the highest in seven years – that’s certainly not what the White House wanted to hear from the oil cartel.

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