The Permian Strategic Partnership and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center will announce Thursday the expansion of the Family Medicine Residency Rural Training Track Program.
In this live conversation, we sit down with industry professionals and local officials for a conversation on the state of play in Texasâ€™ oil and gas sector, moderated by The Texas Tribune’s Ross Ramsey.
â€œWeâ€™re in a long, long cycle of prosperity, and that has ramifications,â€ said Ben Shepperd, president of the Permian Basin Petroleum Association, Tuesday at a discussion of the energy industryâ€™s impact on Texas. Shepperd was one of three panelists at an event presented by the Texas Tribune at the Saulsbury Campus Center at Odessa College […]
A panel discussion titled – BOOM: A Conversation about How the Oil and Gas Sector Impacts Texasâ€ talked about the benefits and struggles resulting from the region on the cusp of becoming the most productive energy producing region in the world.
KSFR News Director Tom Trowbridge speaks with Department of Transportation Secretary on wh犀利士 y New Mexico roads remain deadly and what can be done to make them safer.
The energy industry representatives heading into Hart Energyâ€™s Executive Oil Conference at the Horseshoe this week represent a changed industry.
Priority Midland can play a pivotal leadership role as the community moves into important times. The Midland Chamber of Commerce held its State of the Economy luncheon Wednesday, and Priority Midland was front and center at the Bush Convention Center.
Chevron’s roots in the Permian Basin run deep – stretching back to the initial days of the region’s oil and gas industry, in part through the legacy companies it has acquired over the years.
We attended the Mayorsâ€™ Annual Energy Summit again this year, on September 12, at the Walter Gerrells Civic Center Annex in Carlsbad, NM.
DALLAS, Sept. 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Nearly three dozen of Texas’ most distinguished business and civic leaders have joined the board of Texas 2036, a non-partisan, nonprofit organization focused on finding data-driven solutions for some of the state’s biggest long-term challenges and opportunities.
The City of Hobbs, the Permian Strategic Partnership, and the JF Maddox Foundation have each committed $10 million for a new career technical education high school in Hobbs, and Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is encouraging local voters to approve $15 million more needed for the new school in a November bond election.
More than 1,100 people attended our Sept. 12 Carlsbad Mayor’s Energy Summit. We believe it is our second-highest attendance in the seven-year history of the energy summit.
CARLSBAD — As Eddy County’s planner drove through oil country on a recent day, he passed a makeshift RV park and let out a groan.
The Hobbs Municipal School district today announced a group of public and private sector partners are joining together to help fund construction and development of a new career technical education high school to serve a growing number of students and better prepare them for technical jobs available across the Permian region.
A new career technical education high school is being developed to serve a growing number of students and better prepare them for technical jobs available across the Permian region.
Welcome to the Permian Perspective Podcast. In this episode, Krista sits with Dr. Ray Perryman, an Economist here in the Permian Basin. Dr. Perryman talks about his take on “what oil’s going to do?” and to discuss the work he is doing with Priority Midland.
Midland College President Steve Thomas told the board Tuesday that the college could become the “organizational backbone for Priority Midland,” if trustees agree to the action at a future meeting.
This week on Media Meeting a two part show. First, we bring you information about the Lea County Schools’ new program “Attendance Matters To Me”.
A group of oil and gas companies and local stakeholders is donating half a million dollars to Eddy and Lea counties to assist with grant writing as the industry booms in the two southeastern New Mexico counties leaving local communities in need of additional infrastructure funds.
We salute the people of Odessa. We are so proud of how our neighbors to the west have conducted themselves in what had to be one of the toughest times in memory. They have stood strong and showed us that comebacks are not only possible but are expected. We like that.