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Join us Nov. 14 to find out what's next in New Mexico's Permian Basin

bizjournals Wednesday, 16 October 2019
Energy production in New Mexico's Permian Basin has set records recently, and that's impacting everything from the state budget to our highway system. But history has brought many an upsurge and downturn to southeastern New Mexico's oil patch, and some industry observers expect a shakeout for the Permian and the energy industry could be coming. Halliburton recently cut hundreds of jobs in the Rockies. What's next for the Permian, and what opportunities and challenges will that present for business…
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