The state's Environment Dept. reached a $60.8 million settlement agreement with DCP Midstream, L.P., formerly Duke Energy Field Services, for numerous air quality violations at three of the company's natural gas plants.
The New Mexico Environment Dept. has reached a $60.8 million settlement agreement with DCP Midstream L.P., formerly Duke Energy Field Services, in relation to air quality violations at three of the company's natural gas plants.
The air permit for the Desert Rock Energy Project is being held up by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over concerns with the Endangered Species Act and global warming.
A lawsuit filed Tuesday by Desert Rock Energy Co. LLC and Diné Power Authority against U.S. Environmental Protection Agency “is unfortunate and premature,” according to New Mexico Environment Department Secretary Ron Curry.
Southeastern New Mexico's scorching summer sun isn't going to frighten one local couple a bit—in fact, they see it as a good source of energy.
Carlsbad's scorching summer sun isn't going to frighten one local couple a bit in fact, they see it as a good source of energy.
A group of Democratic legislators, car dealers and a Curry County farmer filed a lawsuit in state district court Tuesday in Las Cruces challenging the state’s power to adopt more stringent vehicle emissions standards for new cars, light trucks and sport utility vehicles.
A comparatively small, but precise piece of atmospheric data collection equipment recently installed on the Navajo Nation is putting Diné College's Diné Environmental Institute on the global map.
It begins with a headache, fever and a stiff neck -- and within two weeks, you are dead.
New Mexico will join a lawsuit filed by California against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over tailpipe emissions.