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    Energy group hopes to reduce foreign oil imports

    The complete article is here-> Energy group hopes to reduce foreign oil imports by James Fenton, jfenton@daily-times.com FARMINGTON – A group of oil and gas executives and energy policy experts from the Texas Panhandle and New Mexico's piece of the Permian Basin are pushing a plan to restrict...
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    Fine: Oil at halftime, 2016

    The full article is here-> Fine: Oil at halftime, 2016 Without the freeze of OPEC production, $50 a barrel prices are here nevertheless. Does the rig count recover — only 15 working in New Mexico from over 100 just 18 months ago? Yes and no. Companies should start stimulating (fracking) the...
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    Our View: Limiting oil imports would help to protect American producers Posted: April 28, 2016 - 6:2

    The full article is here-> Our View: Limiting oil imports would help to protect American producers By the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal "When the price of oil drops, so does the cost of gasoline. But while people are enjoying paying lower prices at gasoline pumps, plunges in oil prices can cause...
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    Editorial: Diversity, quotas key to country’s energy security ABQ JOURNAL EDITORIAL BOARD

    Energy can be a strategic weapon, not just a commodity, and oil production has become a key lever in a price war between the U.S. and foreign oil producers that are targeting the U.S. oil industry. American producers are up against tough and unfair competition from massive government-owned...
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    Fine: Washington, D.C., on oil and gas

    by Daniel Fine, New Mexico Center for Energy Policy The complete article is here-> Fine: Washington, D.C., on oil and gas The "deal" between the parties over the energy future of the United States and the San Juan Basin at the end of 2015 was the most misguided example of politics at the fuel...
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    Lifting of export ban unlikely to fuel growth anytime soon by By Kevin Robinson-Avila / Journal Staf

    The complete article is here--> Lifting of export ban unlikely to fuel growth anytime soon " ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The federal government is preparing to lift its ban on crude oil exports for the first time in 40 years, but most producers and industry analysts expect little benefit, at least in...
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    Oil guru Fine was right on gas prices

    For the complete article use this link--> Oil guru Fine was right on gas prices | Roswell Daily Record | Roswell Area News Energy expert Dr. Daniel Fine, left, in March predicted the current low gasoline prices. Pictured with Fine during a meeting in Roswell in March are local oil men Rory...
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    Editorial: Governor Martinez of New Mexico energy plan is excellent future blueprint

    By Albuquerque Journal Editorial Board Sunday, September 20th, 2015 at 12:02am (For the complete article use this link--> Editorial: Governor's energy plan is excellent future blueprint New Mexico has a wealth of energy resources. And now it has a comprehensive plan to help guide development...
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    Dr. Daniel Fine: When it comes to oil price, Iran is not alone

    The price of West Texas Crude oil has declined below $50 per barrel as a reaction to the expectation that oil export sanctions against Iran will be lifted within the framework of the "deal" to slow the country's progress toward developing nuclear weapons. The global market is oversupplied and...
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    Watch leading energy expert Dr. Daniel Fine as he discusses the impact of falling oil prices (Video)

    For the video of Dr. Fine use this link--> Dr. Daniel Fine, associate director of the New Mexico Center for Energy Policy, discusses the impact of falling oil prices on the domestic energy industry. Fine offered these comments during an interview for Carolina Journal Radio...

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