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You Won’t Believe Which City Has the Cleanest Air in the U.S.

  • Post published:April 26, 2017
  • Post category:Issues

Here’s Another One: In the middle of the NE New Mexico San Juan Basin (oil and gas production area), Farmington, New Mexico topped the 2017 American Lung Association’s list of top 25 Cleanest Cities, as #1 in the U.S. for ‘Cleanest Year-round Particle Pollution. See the report HERE.

New EPA Chief puts Obama era Methane Rule on Hold for 90 Days: NMBC appreciates EPA’s Scott Pruitt delaying implementation of the Venting and Flaring Rule for a minimum of 90 days. That will allow time for a thorough analysis of existing rules, which we believe sufficient, to be completed. The last thing this state needs are more oil and gas wells shut in. That is the expected outcome for marginal wells when the cost of compliance is up to $50,000 per well, Several media outlets contacted NMBC for comment. Read an article by the Santa Fe New Mexican HERE.

NMBC is proud to advocate for all businesses in our state. We are also proud to be called ‘The Voice for Energy’ in New Mexico. It’s time to celebrate with a BASH (Business and Social Hour) in Albuquerque, on May 11: Join Albuquerque Westside Chamber of Commerce and other business and community leaders on May 11, from 4:30 – 6:30 at the Courtyard by Marriott in Albuquerque for appetizers, cash bar, good information and a great time. Our keynote speaker will be Tim Dunn, businessman extraordinaire, philanthropist and founding board member of Citizens for Self Governance. This event sold out in Farmington; don’t wait to get your tickets. Limited seating left, get tickets HERE.

Thanks to our BASH Sponsors:

ABQWest Chamber of Commerce

BP America


New Mexico American Fire Sprinkler Association

Suazo Legal Group

Western Refining

Contact NMBC for Sponsorship Opportunities at (505) 836-4223.