A New Day at IPANM
DATELINE - March 13, 2109 (ABQ JOURNAL) - Southeastern New Mexico is riding a monster wave of oil production, with output flooding into a record of nearly 246 million barrels in 2018, according to the latest statistics from the state Oil Conservation Division.
The 2019 New Mexico Legislative Session runs from Jan. 15 to Mar. 16, 2019 in Santa Fe.
IPANM will be actively lobbying legislators and making strategic public comments on behalf of our members. Members have numerous options to get involved, including activities on Oil & Gas Day on Feb. 6, 2019!
The 2019 Annual Meeting is set for July 24 to 26, 2019 at the award-winning Hotel Chaco in Albuquerque!
Plans are moving forward for another exciting agenda filled with great speakers and activities for our members, including our Annual Golf Outing. Sponsorships are available!
IPANM's Annual Wildlife in the Oilfield contest has become our most popular annual event and the most popular webpage on this site!
Feel free to submit any new photos that showcase wildlife adapting and benefiting from manmade changes in the oilfield.
Check out our latest version of THE INDEPENDENT: The Quarterly Newsletter of the Independent Petroleum Association of New Mexico!
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(OILPRICE.COM & Albuquerque Journal) - New Mexico received $2.2 billion in revenues from oil production last year, data from the state’s Tax Research Institute showed. This was a 26-percent increase on the year, which amounted to $465 million more money than 2017....
IPANM & Western Wire (Hydraulic Fracturing) - IPANM is pushing back on SB459, a legislative bill that proposes a four-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing. “I would immediately expect that if this legislation were to pass, you would see the mass exodus of both...
Carlsbad Current Argus (Infrastructure) - Two bills intended to draw funds for statewide road projects were given a due pass Thursday in the House Transportation and Public Works Committee and proceeded to other committees for further review ahead of a final vote on...
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