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Pipeline Attack Emphasizes Energy Infrastructure Needs

Mark Green, American Petroleum Institute | May 14, 2021

You can read the latest here on Colonial Pipeline’s restoring service on its 5,500-mile line that delivers million of gallons of fuel products every day from the Gulf Coast to New York. The company says the entire pipeline system has been safely restarted and was delivering product to all served markets.

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Data: Energy and oil and gas jobs remain lucrative in New Mexico, nationwide amid COVID-19

Adrian Hedden, Carlsbad Current Argus | April 14, 2021

One of New Mexico’s biggest-employing industries in oil and gas could also be one of the most lucrative sectors to work in, per a recent national study.

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President Biden’s Federal Leasing Ban Threatens U.S. Energy Security

James 'Spider' Marks, RealClear Energy | May 13, 2021

Since Day One, President Biden has taken bold measures on his energy agenda. Among his many initiatives is the reversal of several of the economic-driving policies of the previous administration. His federal leasing ban in particular is expected to have far reaching effects on local economies across the country, and increase reliance on foreign countries including Russia and Saudi Arabia for our energy needs. This approach would significantly undermine our country’s energy security and return the U.S. to a heavy dependence on energy imports.

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Private industry seeks to curb pollution amid increased state, federal oil and gas rules

Adrian Hedden, Carlsbad Current Argus | May 11, 2021

Major energy companies in the Permian Basin of southeast New Mexico said they were already well on their way to mitigating oil and gas emissions as regulators at both the federal and state level sought to increase regulations.

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State says proposed rules combatting ozone will make for cleaner air

Adrian Hedden, Carlsbad Current Argus | May 7, 2021

New Mexico's air will be cleaner and free of more ozone — equivalent to taking 8 million cars off the road, according to some estimates — if new requirements from the state's Environment Department go into effect next year.

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News Release: NMOGA Statement on the New Mexico Environment Department’s Proposed Ozone Precursor Rules

 

SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, May 6, 2021 – New Mexico Oil and Gas Association (NMOGA) Chairman Leland Gould today released the following statement in response to ozone precursor rules proposed by the New Mexico Environment Department:

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