Tag Archives: Border Economy

The proposed Trans Pecos Pipeline would run through a corridor that includes part of this ranch north of Alpine, Texas. (Lorne Matalon)

Key Player In City Of Presidio’s Economic Plans To Start Construction This Month

PRESIDIO, Texas — As we reported this summer, the proposed Trans-Pecos Pipeline is in the news again because of trespass allegations made by a landowner against surveyors working for the pipeline company — Energy Transfer Partners of Dallas. There is, however, at … Continue reading

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Mexico Energy Reform: Border Pipeline Challenge

Mexico’s oil and gas industry is about to open up to the rest of the world — and American oil and gas companies are eager to get a foothold in a market closed to outsiders since 1938. That’s the year … Continue reading

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As Solar Grows in Texas, Border City Provides a Model

For most of its life, the small border city of Presidio, Texas has been on the edge of the electric grid. This rugged part of West Texas has seen a major upgrade of its transmission lines over the past five years, … Continue reading

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