New Mexico

“New Mexico has a dire need to improve the business climate, provide access to more jobs and help the poorest families in the state afford energy. Fortunately, the more we support local energy development, and the more we encourage policymakers to support the infrastructure we need to move it safely, the more low-cost energy we can bring to the market, directly helping our local community. Diversifying our energy economy will generate more jobs with good-paying salaries and lower energy costs for families and businesses while helping to create a cleaner and more prosperous New Mexico.”

– Matthew Gonzales, Consumer Energy Alliance

While New Mexico has been fairly stagnant in oil and gas production over the last 10 years, after a year of reinvigoration, it is now the third largest oil and gas producer in the U.S. Learn More

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As New Mexicans, we need to support local and state policies that promote our communities’ well-being through opportunities that drive our economic success and balance our state’s energy and environmental future.

New Mexico News

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Hate to Say We Told You So: Federal Energy Data Paint Ugly Winter Picture

With new data from the Department of Energy and the Energy Information Administration showing that natural gas is the leading contributor to reducing the energy burden on families across the country, CEA's David Holt...
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Bad Energy Policies Could Bring New Winter Price Shocks to Families Already Reeling from...

CEA Analysis Finds Misguided Energy Policies Would Have Cost Consumers $137.4 Billion More for Winter Heating, Energy Use Families with Access to Natural Gas will Save 21% in Home Heating Costs vs. Last...
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Improve Methane Rules

With more energy regulations coming down from Washington, D.C., CEA Southwest Executive Director Matthew Gonzales examines the impact this will have on New Mexico's policy goals and consumers across the state. As is, the rules...
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Natural Gas Service Ban Could Cost New Mexicans Over $28,000 Per Household

Legislation needed to stop outside activists from pressuring small, local governments to interfere with Energy Transition Act.  SANTA FE, NM – Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading energy and environmental advocate for families and businesses,...
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White House Does Victory Lap on Gas Prices While Other Energy Prices Skyrocket

While some politicians are focusing on small decreases in the price of gasoline, despite remaining at historic highs, CEA's latest analysis on winter heating costs found that families can expect to pay over $14.1...