For all the riches the Permian Basin’s oil and natural gas resources has generated since the first discovery in Mitchell County 100 years ago, there’s more to come. Last week, the PSP issued a report quantifying those opportunities, finding that the Permian contains more than 92 billion barrels of oil in proven reserves and enough […]
The Permian Basin’s future is prosperous and bright. That’s what the Permian Strategic Partnership (PSP) stated in its latest report.
Surging energy production in the Permian Basin of West Texas and Southeastern New Mexico has meant a financial windfall for the area and the United States as a whole, but a lack of infrastructure is holding back the region says a new report from the Permian Strategic Partnership.
Although the Permian Basin region that spans both Texas and New Mexico is home to only a small portion of those states’ population, it contributes significant portions of gross domestic product of both states. “It’s important for us to get out there and tell this story,” Don Evans, chairman of the Permian Strategic Partnership, told […]
Gov. Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of Transportation announced Thursday that TxDOT has won a federal grant to help transform an intersection on I-20 in Midland to ease congestion and save lives.
According to a joint release from the Texas Department of Transportation and Gov. Greg Abbott’s Office, federal grant funding has been secured for the project via the Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development program.$25 million will go towards improving the intersection.
Gov. Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of Transportation announced Thursday that TxDOT has won a federal grant to help transform an intersection on I-20, which is set to ease congestion and make roads safer.
Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) today announced that TxDOT has won a federal grant to help transform an intersection on I-20 to ease congestion and save lives. Through its Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) Transportation grants, the U.S. Department of Transportation awarded TxDOT $25 million for the I-20 […]
A change in the deadline for collecting Census data is not sitting well with some in Congress and nonprofit groups charged with getting every resident in the United States to complete the 2020 Census.
The Carlsbad Fire Department has received a $41,135 grant through the Federal Emergency Management Agency, an application inspired by the efforts of a local grassroots organization.
A four-phase project to rebuild portions of United States Highway 285 in Eddy County is set to start Aug. 3, according to the New Mexico Department of Transportation (DOT). The DOT, City of Carlsbad, Eddy County, Permian Strategic Partnership (PSP), Permian Road Safety Coalition and others identified a need to expand for road safety improvements.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation, City of Carlsbad, Eddy County, Permian Strategic Partnership, Permian Road Safety Coalition, and others identified a need to expand the road for safety improvements.
The West Texas Food Bank and Permian Strategic Partnership have teamed up to encourage people to fill out their census forms.
To help meet this demand, the Food Bank has relied on community members and corporate leaders to step up financially. Even if you don’t have the financial ability to contribute, there’s another simple way you can help the Food Bank: Fill out the 2020 Census.
The New Mexico Department of Agriculture and the Permian Strategic Partnership welcomed a deadline extension to Oct. 31 of the 2020 Census.
A federal grant of nearly $37,000 reimbursing expenses by the Carlsbad Police Department related to preventing the spread of COVID-19 was approved by Carlsbad City Council. The Permian Strategic Partnership provided assistance to the City of Carlsbad through project review, editing and packaging the grant application.
Carlsbad City Council has approved a grant from the Department of Justice which will allow the Carlsbad Police Department to be reimbursed for $36,914 in expenses related to preventing the spread of coronavirus.
The 2020 census is well underway but results aren’t coming in like officials hoped. Hear from Tracee Bentley, CEO and President of the Permian Strategic Partnership who spearheads The Permian Counts campaign, about the importance of being counted for this particular census.
These are difficult days – for our families, businesses and communities – all of which are feeling the impacts from multiple global threats at once.
Numbers in the Basin are low compared to the average yet, The Permian Counts continues to push residents of the Basin to fill out the Census. “There’s never been a more important time, or region for that matter, for us to fill it out,” says Tracee Bentley.