In Texas and New Mexico oil and gas is still big business but change is coming. What will it mean?
The USA TODAY Network in Texas and New Mexico led by the Corpus Christi Caller-Times and Carlsbad Current-Argus are teaming up for a one-hour live panel discussion to explain the impact of a recent moratorium on leasing of federal land for oil and gas operations for the Permian Basin and Delaware Basin.
We’ve gathered a group of experts to explain the impact of the Biden administration’s recent moratorium on leasing of federal land for oil and gas operations and what to expect with our economy, the industry and workforce.
The panelists include Jason Modglin, president of the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers; Texas Railroad Commission Chair Christi Craddick; New Mexico Oil Conservation District Director Adrienne Sandoval, Rep. Jim Townsend, New Mexico’s House of Representatives Minority Leader; and Claire Chase, director of Government Affairs at Mack Energy.
The discussion will be moderated by Caller-Times staffer Chris Ramirez, an award-winning veteran journalist who covers energy, commerce and all things business in South Texas.
The one-hour panel discussion will be streamed live at 10 a.m. CDT/9 a.m. MT Monday, Feb. 8. A recording will be available to view following the event.
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