With Tech, Energy Companies Increase Production and Reduce Emissions

American Petroleum Institute, Albuquerque Journal l November 16, 2020

New Mexico’s record demonstrates how to meet energy and environmental needs.

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Jobs slowly return to oilfield services

Rebecca Carballo, Houston Chronicle l November 9, 2020

The number of workers at U.S. oil-field services companies inched up during October in another sign that the industry is stabilizing during the ongoing downturn.

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Joe Biden's election as President sparks concerns for New Mexico's oil and gas industry

Adrian Hedden, Carlsbad Current-Argus | November 9, 2020

In the wake of the 2020 Presidential Election and the nation’s apparent selection of former-Vice President Joe Biden as the U.S.’ 46th President, many in southeast New Mexico and the oil and gas industry were concerned about a shift in the national energy policy.

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City of Carlsbad: A ban on hydraulic fracking would be harmful

Dale Janway, Carlsbad Current-Argus l November 8, 2020

While there are numerous political issues of great concern to Carlsbad and Eddy County residents right now, one of the biggest is the discussion related to a possible ban on fracking on public lands.

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Permian Basin's oil and gas water sector continues growth in Texas and New Mexico

Adrian Hedden, Carlsbad Current-Argus l November 6, 2020

Investments in water midstream developments continued in the Permian Basin amid a growing need for water handling and recycling even as drilling operations slowed amid the COVID-19 pandemic.



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U.S. drillers add rigs for first time since March in strong recovery

Scott DiSavino, Reuters | November 2, 2020

The U.S. oil and natural rig count increased this week for the first time since March, with energy firms adding the most oil rigs in seven months, as shale producers start drilling again now that crude prices have recovered from historic lows.

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