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Comment period on Chaco area drilling to be extended, secretary says

Scott Turner, Albuquerque Journal | May 20, 2020

Comment period on Chaco area drilling to be extended, secretary says

New Mexico residents will have more time to express opinions about oil and gas drilling near Chaco Culture National Historical Park, U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt said Wednesday.

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Marathon Oil: Giving Back in a Time of Need

In New Mexico, we brought together two partners in order to maximize the impact of our donation in the Carlsbad community.

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New Mexico oil and gas regulators remain vigilant during market downturn

Adrian Hedden, Carlsbad Current Argus | May 20, 2020

Ryan Flynn, executive director of the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association (NMOGA) said his organization is aligned with the state in reducing pollution and fighting climate change.

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New Mexico Oil, Gas Industry Urges More E&P Oversight, Collaboration to Reduce Natural Gas Flaring

Carolyn Davis, Natural Gas Intel | May 20, 2020

New Mexico Oil, Gas Industry Urges More E&P Oversight, Collaboration to Reduce Natural Gas Flaring

In a proactive approach to work with New Mexico regulators to reduce the amount of natural gas flared when wells are drilled, a statewide industry coalition is recommending regulators update the rules and work hand-in-hand with operators to improve gas capture in the oilfields.

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Experts: Data, Flexibility Key in Crafting Methane Rules

Susan Montoya Bryan, Associated Press | May 19, 2020

Experts: Data, Flexibility Key in Crafting Methane Rules

New Mexico regulators say they've started crafting rules aimed at cracking down on methane emissions by the oil and gas industry and expect to make public a draft later this summer.

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Sensor Network Could Change How Methane Emissions Are Detected

University of Texas at Austin | May 19, 2020

Sensor Network Could Change How Methane Emissions Are Detected

A first-of-its-kind network of sensors for monitoring emissions across an oil and gas production region may soon revolutionize the way methane leaks are found.

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