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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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Effort to 'blast' right-to-work out of committee, onto New Mexico Senate floor falls flat
03/05/2015 08:24 PM MST - SANTA FE — Republicans tried but failed Thursday to move the bill they call "right-to-work" straight to the full New Mexico Senate, saying they did not want it bottled up in committees controlled by Democrats. 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
Effort to 'blast' right-to-work out of committee, onto New Mexico Senate floor falls flat
03/05/2015 08:24 PM MST - SANTA FE — Republicans tried but failed Thursday to move the bill they call "right-to-work" straight to the full New Mexico Senate, saying they did not want it bottled up in committees controlled by Democrats. Full Story

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After 56 years in business, oilman Tom Dugan keeps working for the fun of it
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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

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