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New Mexico state revenues lag

New Mexico, state revenues

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico budget analysts say state revenues continue to trail last year by about 10 percent amid low energy prices and weak tax receipts. The Legislative Finance Council is reviewing its estimates Wednesday that show the state collecting revenues of $3.6 billion during the first seven months of the current fiscal year. The state had ...

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Top 5 Marcellus news stories – May 6-13

Check out the list below to see what news articles Marcellus.com readers found the most engaging this week. Enjoy! 5. Senate approves $37.5B measure to fund energy, water WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate on Thursday approved a $37.5 billion measure to fund energy and water programs next year, the first of the 12 spending bills lawmakers must approve to keep the ...

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Kasich names new chairman to Ohio utilities commission

utilities commission

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The governor has named a new chair of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. Asim Z. Haque (AW’-sim HAWK) takes over for PUCO Chairman Andre Porter, whose last day is May 20. Republican Gov. John Kasich’s (KAY’-siks) appointment of Haque as Ohio’s top utility regulator still requires the Ohio Senate’s consent. The Columbus resident is the ...

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Top Eagle Ford news stories: April 29 – May 6

rig count, oil natural gas

Here’s a recap on the top Eagle Ford news stories from the past week. Energy producers continue to struggle with depressed oil prices and two oil majors abandoned plans for a merger as opposition from regulators mounted. 5. Exxon sees smallest profit in 16 years, Chevron posts loss DALLAS (AP) — Motorists are saving billions on cheaper gasoline, but the ...

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Top Marcellus news stories – April 23-May 6

Check out which news articles our readers found most engaging this past week in the list below. Enjoy! 5. Pennsylvania probes possible link between earthquakes, fracking Pennsylvania environmental regulators want to determine whether a series of minor earthquakes in the state this week were caused by nearby fracking operations by an oil and gas company. Five tiny temblors, all too weak ...

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