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Decision Makers Field Guide – 2002

2002 guidebook cover

New Mexico's Energy, Present and Future—Policy, Production, Economics, and the Environment

Edited by Brian S. Brister and L. Greer Price

New Mexico, with some of the most significant energy reserves in the lower 48 states, is a major player in this country's conventional energy production. The state also has enormous potential for developing significant renewable/alternative energy resources, including solar and wind. This anthology of 30 articles is a timely look at how energy works in New Mixico today, with an eye toward the promises and challenges that lie ahead. Produced in conjunction with the second annual Decision-Makers Field Conference in may 2002, this volume is an important contribution to the literature on energy in New Mexico. 152 pages, 47 tables, graphs, and illustrations, 32 color photographs, and 23 page-size maps.

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ISBN: 9781883905125
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