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Polis threatens to veto bill seeking to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

‘We’re not willing to give dictatorial authority over our economy to one unelected board’

Groups take aim at New Mexico drilling plan amid U.S. review

ALBUQUERQUE – Environmentalists and Native American activists on Wednesday renewed their demands for more meaningful talks with Indigenous leaders and other communities on the front lines of...

Proposed massive natural gas compressor station near Bayfield faces major setback

Company missed deadline to submit plans; project considered ‘expired’

San Juan Basin natural gas field not affected by Texas freeze

Lines from region go to Northwest, California

Rep. Lauren Boebert introduces fourth bill opposing Biden’s executive orders

Lawmaker calls for end to moratorium on gas, oil leasing

Biden’s oil and gas pause halts lease sales around HD Mountains

10 parcels totaling more than 1,500 acres were set to be sold

Rep. Lauren Boebert’s first bill aims to block re-entry into Paris Climate Agreement

House member says ‘America shouldn’t spend a penny’ on international accord

Durango’s Brennan Oil Co. switches gasoline supplier

Marathon Petroleum Corp. to replace Exxon Mobil

New Mexico agency settles with oil company in well case

SANTA FE – An oil company operating in northwestern New Mexico has agreed to pay a $25,000 civil penalty as part of a settlement. The Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Depart...

Five environmental issues to watch in 2021

Drought, overuse of public lands, mine cleanup top list in Southwest Colorado

New Mexico agency calls for better emissions rules

Flyover findings indicate increased leaks at oil, gas fields

Premium oil and gas tracts in short supply in New Mexico

SANTA FE – There are fewer premium tracts available for leasing by oil and gas developers on state trust land in the Permian Basin, and New Mexico land managers say that’s having an effect o...