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New Mexico ag relies on renewable and traditional fuels

Victoria Gonzales, Las Cruces Sun | July 1, 2020

New Mexico is making impressive strides to expand its sources of renewable energy such as wind and solar, but our state’s economy — especially our agricultural sector — continues to depend heavily on traditional energy sources including oil and gas.

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The new NAFTA will energize energy and other industries

Dan Brouillette, Dallas Morning News | July 1, 2020

The USMCA kicked in on July 1, and we will soon see it benefiting the economy.

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New Mexico State Land Office tracking oil spills, mineral theft using satellite imagery

Adrian Hedden, Carlsbad Current-Argus | June 30, 2020

Satellite imagery could help the New Mexico State Land Office crackdown on trespassing and mineral theft from State Trust land.

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NMSU, New Mexico Tech awarded funding for water treatment projects, aim to reuse oil and gas waste

Adrian Hedden, Albuquerque Journal | June 30, 2020

Almost half a million dollars were awarded to New Mexico higher learning institutions from the federal government for ongoing studies in how to treat produced water from oil and gas operations for possible use in other sectors.

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Permian Basin reclaims status as top destination for frac crews

Sergio Chapa, Houston Chronicle | June 30, 2020

It was a one-month reign for the Marcellus Basin of Pennsylvania.

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Get Ready for an American Energy Comeback

Kevin Mooney, Real Clear Energy | June 25, 2020

Judging from the headlines, America's energy sector could collapse at any moment. Scattered amidst coronavirus coverage are reports of plummeting energy stocks and commodities traders paying people to take barrels of oil off their hands.

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