We are so proud to be a part of this community. On July 29, hundreds of oil and gas industry supporters showed up to a public stakeholder engagement event in Farmington to provide valuable input.
Here's a photo of the capacity crowd inside:
SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO – Today, the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association (NMOGA) published a Methane Mitigation Roadmap, outlining areas where industry and government can work together through cost-effective regulatory strategies to continue reductions in methane emissions. The roadmap identifies the four most reported sources of methane emissions from oil and natural gas production using EPA data and provides specific regulatory suggestions and considerations based on proven industry experience in reducing emissions and the best available science and peer-reviewed data.Read more
Partnering with private industry could be the path to repairing the crumbling roads in rural southeast New Mexico, burdened by the oil and gas industry – the same industry that generated about $2 billion in surplus funds for the State of New Mexico last year.Read more
As our state and Gov. (Michelle) Lujan Grisham’s administration begin a process to assess how to manage methane emissions, New Mexico’s oil and natural gas industry is a willing partner.
Each day, thousands of New Mexicans go to work in the oil and natural gas industry. Together these men and women drive New Mexico’s economy, working tirelessly to ensure New Mexico safely produces the energy we need to power our daily lives. Their hard work has provided New Mexico with a billion-dollar budget surplus, and more funds to support our public schools and roadways.Read more
Major oil and gas companies in the Permian Basin are contributing millions of dollars in grants to restore wildlife in southeast New Mexico and across the state.
The Pecos Conservation Partnership announced $2.87 million in matching contributions from grantees, for a $5 million in financial impact on regional conservation projects.Read more
ExxonMobil's development of assets in the Permian Basin is estimated to provide $64 billion benefiting New Mexico over the next four decades, according to a report released by the company Friday.
The company said its investment in the Permian will represent $55 billion in capital expenditures in Eddy and Lea counties.Read more