Permian Highway Pipeline Continues to Progress Toward Gulf Coast

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COVID-19 Outbreak Hits New Mexico Hard

With the price of oil wallowing beneath $30 per barrel for almost a month, some of the lowest prices in the last decade, the industry in New Mexico suffered from capital reductions and threats of layoffs. The state announced the global spread of coronavirus and subsequent respiratory illness COVID-19 reached New Mexico in recent weeks,


The West Texas Permian Basin is Fueling the South

The Permian Basin is a vast area covering West Texas and southeastern New Mexico. It has been known for decades as a region dripping with oil and gas reserves. Today, the Basin continues to produce, even as companies in other major shale regions fold under the pressures of low oil and gas prices. It’s Huge


Why the U.S. Needs More Natural Gas Pipelines

Simply put, more natural gas means more jobs and prosperity for Americans. Nearly 75% of U.S. economic growth is contingent on consumer spending, so higher cost energy for an indispensable good such as electricity inevitably equates to Americans having less money. Higher cost energy is bad for our families because it reduces their discretionary income.


New Gas Pipeline Coming to the Permian Basin

Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s MPLX LP master limited partnership reported that the proposed Whistler Pipeline from the Permian Basin in West Texas to the state’s Coastal Bend region will be built. The announcement follows a favorable final investment decision by MPLX, WhiteWater Midstream, and a Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners/West Texas Gas, Inc. (WTG) joint venture to design