Carlsbad Firefighter and Jal Detective Receive Devon’s Hometown Hero Award

Devon Energy Press Release | September 8, 2020

The honor distinguishes dedicated emergency responders in Eddy and Lea Counties

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Matador Doubles Up Permian Natural Gas Processing Capacity in New Mexico

Carolyn Davis, Natural Gas Intelligence | September 3, 2020

Dallas-based independent Matador Resources Co. and midstream affiliate San Mateo Midstream have ramped up an expansion at the Black River cryogenic natural gas processing plant in Eddy County, NM, to serve the Permian Basin Delaware.

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Oil and gas companies track methane leaks on the ground, in the air and from space

Jim Magill, Midland Reporter-Telegram | September 2, 2020

U.S. oil and gas companies are investing millions of dollars into technology aimed at curtailing the methane that escapes into the atmosphere even as the Trump administration rolls back regulations aimed at curtailing releases of the potent greenhouse gas.

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Permian Projected to Increase Oil Production in September

PBOG Editors | August 27, 2020

Production of crude oil is forecast to decline again in September in the nation’s seven major producing regions, according to latest drilling productivity report from U.S. Energy Information Administration.

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Pipeline to bring Lubbock wastewater to Permian Basin

Theresa Davis, Albuquerque Journal | August 24, 2020

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Oil companies in the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico need millions of gallons of water to retrieve petroleum.

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New Poll: Majority of NM Voters Support U.S. Energy Leadership

WASHINGTON, DC, SANTA FE, New Mexico – With the first of two party conventions underway this week, the American Petroleum Institute released new polling conducted by Morning Consult showing nearly two-thirds of New Mexico voters would be more likely to vote for candidates who support access to natural gas and oil produced in the U.S. More than 70 percent of voters believe natural gas and oil will play a significant role in meeting America’s energy needs 20 years from now, and 67 percent of Democrats believe the industry will play an important role in helping the economy recover from the pandemic.

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