A new report from the Forest Service blames climate change for record-setting fires, but fails to mention the fossil fuel industry.
The state asked for federal help to find oil field emissions; the EPA found dozens — but in three years it has issued only two fines.
A move by the Valencia County Commission surprises the public and helps a major donor.
Fossil fuel interest groups are telling New Mexicans: let us keep drilling or the state’s education system will collapse.
Oil production and rhetoric are up — but jobs and investments? Not so much.
Critics maintain that short legislative sessions hinder lawmakers’ ability to address significant policy issues.
Hoping to land federal infrastructure funds, New Mexico is partnering with other Western states on the proposal.
The state’s booming budget lacks cash for monitoring of oil and gas wells.
Lax reporting laws leave politicians and the public in the dark about legislation backers.
The state’s record $8.47 billion budget bill lacks adequate funding to monitor oil and gas operations and combat climate change.
Report shows that hiring nine new oil and gas regulators would generate a half-billion dollars in remediation work.
In committee hearings, Republicans echo industry concerns and muddle the intent of legislation.
A look beneath the hood of the Hydrogen Hub Development Act reveals the natural gas industry’s machinations.
While the state is flush with record fossil fuel revenues, key legislators oppose full funding of state agencies that police the industry.
While most producers dramatically increased their reporting, the state’s largest natural gas producer’s numbers haven’t budged.
Hydrogen production would dramatically increase natural gas development in a state that already struggles to police natural gas operators.
The unpopular proposal promotes a fuel that may cause more harm to the environment than it’s worth to produce.
The state’s governor needs to sell environmentalists, the fossil fuel sector and the public on the green-ish energy source.
Wastewater injection wells are believed to be behind the significant increase in seismic activity.
The college program is after state grants to rebuild and expand natural gas production in the San Juan Basin.