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New Mexico weighs options for reusing oil and gas wastewater

New Mexico weighs options for reusing oil and gas wastewater

ASSOCIATED PRESS (PRODUCED WATER) - New Mexico, with the help of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, has drafted a document that outlines areas where regulations can be streamlined to encourage the treatment and reuse of wastewater that comes from oil and...

EPA and New Mexico working with industry to recycle water

EPA and New Mexico working with industry to recycle water

The State of New Mexico and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have released a draft white paper which addresses state and federal regulatory management of produced water, along with opportunities to treat and reuse the water to help alleviate water...

Energy workers use personal outreach to Colorado friends, neighbors to defeat Prop 112 

Energy workers use personal outreach to Colorado friends, neighbors to defeat Prop 112 

WESTERN WIRE (SETBACKS) - In pushing back against a ballot measure that threatened tens of thousands of jobs in oil and gas and other sectors of the Colorado economy, the effort to defeat Proposition 112 came down to people power and personal outreach to friends and...

Prop 112 threatens Coloradan’s health — not fracking

Prop 112 threatens Coloradan’s health — not fracking

THE DAILY CALLER (Alex Epstein) - (METHANE & FRACKING) Colorado voters are being asked to decide whether to extend those setbacks even further. Proposition 112 would increase oil and gas setbacks to 2,500 feet, thereby banning most oil and gas development — and...

Prop 112 takes a wrecking ball to education, budgets and energy independence

Prop 112 takes a wrecking ball to education, budgets and energy independence

WESTERN WIRE - Proposition 112 is an attack on good-paying jobs and hard-working Colorado families. It would mandate implementation of an arbitrary 2,500-foot buffer zone between occupied structures and oil and gas wells. The 2,500-foot figure has no basis in science,...

IPANM Summary of process to get drilling permit approval for Oil and Gas production in New Mexico

IPANM Summary of process to get drilling permit approval for Oil and Gas production in New Mexico

IPANM (ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY) - IPANM recently completed this general overview summary of the various regulatory permits that producers have to acquire in order to get permission to drill on state land in New Mexico. Please feel free to refer to this summary when...

IPANM Final Summary from Industry-NMOCD Injection Well Workgroup released

IPANM Final Summary from Industry-NMOCD Injection Well Workgroup released

IPANM (INJECTION WELLS) - Attached is a Final Summary of the outcomes and likely changes that will evolve out of the state as result of the Industry-NMOCD Injection Well Workgroup. Please recall that IPANM was represented on this group by IPANM member Kevin Burns of...

IPANM President delivers remarks at AAPL (Landman Association) Forum in Albuquerque

IPANM President delivers remarks at AAPL (Landman Association) Forum in Albuquerque

IPANM (HORIZONTAL RULE) - New IPANM President John Thomas, Production and Asset Manager at Robert L. Bayless, Producer LLC, joined a group of panelists at a recent forum in Albuquerque to review and react to the new Horizontal Rules. Our thanks to John and his...