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Guide to the oil and gas and power industries in the Four Corners
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This month's issue of Energy includes a feature on Bureau of Land Management inspectors and a story about long-time oilman Tom Dugan. 
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After 56 years in business, oilman Tom Dugan keeps working for the fun of it
03/03/2015 08:34 PM MST - FARMINGTON — When Tom Dugan came to Farmington in 1952, he worked on drilling rigs in the oil field but wanted to strike out on his own. Full Story

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Guide to the oil and gas and power industries in the Four Corners
This month's issue of Energy includes a feature on Bureau of Land Management inspectors and a story about long-time oilman Tom Dugan. Full Story
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(Luis Sanchez Saturno — The New Mexican)
Some say failure of capital outlay bill reinforces need for reform

Back-room debates. Angry lawmakers. A meltdown that doomed up to $297 million to pay for brick-and-mortar projects and roads across New Mexico. Full Story
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Read the March 2015 edition of Energy

Guide to the oil and gas and power industries in the Four Corners
03/05/2015 05:14 PM MST
This month's issue of Energy includes a feature on Bureau of Land Management inspectors and a story about long-time oilman Tom Dugan. 
Full Story
After 56 years in business, oilman Tom Dugan keeps working for the fun of it
03/03/2015 08:34 PM MST - FARMINGTON — When Tom Dugan came to Farmington in 1952, he worked on drilling rigs in the oil field but wanted to strike out on his own. Full Story

BLM inspectors cover lots of ground checking wells
03/03/2015 08:27 PM MST - FARMINGTON — Strictly by the numbers, you might think it impossible for fewer than two dozen Bureau of Land Management inspectors to oversee the more than 21,000 wells on federal land in the San Juan Basin. Full Story

Flamenco group performs Thursday in Durango
02/18/2015 05:10 PM MST - Dubbed "The Keeper of Flamenco" by Dance magazine, Carlota Santana brings the company that bears her name to the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colo. Full Story

Oil and gas industry cuts back but remains 'hopeful' in wake of falling oil prices
02/02/2015 11:51 AM MST - FARMINGTON — As the price of a barrel of oil continued its fall to a new low of $48.31 in mid-January, area industry leaders say the drop is costing jobs and operations, and they expect the belt-tightening to continue through 2015 and possibly beyond.

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Proposed fracking deferred near Chaco Canyon
02/02/2015 11:48 AM MST - FARMINGTON — At the end of December, a coalition of environmentalists and watchdog groups won a small victory when the Bureau of Land Management decided to defer leasing five Navajo allotment parcels, or approximately 2,803 acres, for hydraulic fracturing near Chaco Canyon. Full Story

BLM weighs the benefits and concerns of a crude oil pipeline
02/02/2015 11:48 AM MST - FARMINGTON — A Durango, Colo.-based company's plans to build a crude oil pipeline that would include portions of five New Mexico counties as well as Navajo Nation land has the promise of boosting the local oil and gas economy, but also has drawn criticism from environmental groups and some nearby residents. Full Story

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Grandma is a centerfold: Rest home bares all for calendar

AKRON, Ohio (AP) — The stars of a charity calendar are in their 80s and 90s, but that didn't stop the men and women from an assisted living facility in Ohio from showing a little skin. Full Story
'The Sopranos' Drea De Matteo loses New York home in explosion

'Modern Family’ actress Sarah Hyland grew up across the street from buildings that burned and collapsed in accident caused by gas and plumbing work.