RIO GRANDE CITY, RGV - Starr County is about to get a major solar energy project, county leaders say. The name of the company involved in developing the 3,000-acre solar farm has yet to...
BROWNSVILLE, RGV - Brownsville Navigation District held a news conference recently to announce funding to deepen the Port of Brownsville ship channel. NextDecade Corporation, which is considering building a liquefied natural gas export terminal...
BROWNSVILLE, RGV - Brownsville Navigation District held a news conference recently to announce funding to deepen the Port of Brownsville ship channel. NextDecade Corporation, which is considering building a liquefied natural gas export terminal...
BROWNSVILLE, RGV - Brownsville Navigation District held a news conference recently to announce funding to deepen the Port of Brownsville ship channel. NextDecade Corporation, which is considering building a liquefied natural gas export terminal...
The growth in crude oil production has been simply crazy. Total production in the Permian Basin rose from levels below one million barrels per day in April 2011 to more than two million...
We have a lot of pride here in South Texas - From our culture, to our food, our Texan entrepreneurial spirit and the economic investment we attract from across the globe. Recently, we’ve found something new to take pride in:...
Texas’ biggest industry, oil and gas, is growing at a phenomenal pace, and the entire state economy is benefiting. With multipliers among the highest of any type of business, when the energy sector is surging as it is now, it’s...
PHARR, RGV – While the president of Mexico Andrés Manuel López Obrador is preparing to visit Campeche in the coming days to drill for several new oil wells, energy specialists here in Texas say the Mexican government should focus...
PHARR, RGV - Major investment by oil and gas companies in Texas has made the United States more energy secure than at any time in its history. This is the view of Todd Staples, president of the Texas Oil &...
REYNOSA, Tamualipas – The ambassador of China in Mexico, Qiu Xiaoqi, announced in Reynosa that oil companies from his country will invest almost $400 million in oil exploration infrastructure off the coast of Matamoros, Tamaulipas. The diplomat visited several cities...

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