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12/29/2008 Peter Sanchez, CEO – Atrisco Oil & Gas (Printed in Albuquerque Journal, Monday, December 29, 2008) The recent discoveries of deep brackish water on Albuquerque’s west side and in Sandoval County have provoked a chorus of discussions.  Some dialogue has been thoughtful and some has been alarmist and parochial.  All points of view are […]

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11/07/2008 By Sean Olson, Journal Staff Writer SunCal Companies is now claiming sole ownership of brackish water underneath its land on the West Side, a claim Atrisco Oil and Gas already made in July. In an application to the Office of the State Engineer filed late last month, SunCal claims it retains all water rights […]

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11/06/2008By Sean Olson, Journal Staff Writer Albuquerque Journal Aquifer Find Spreads Hope Elsewhere Sandoval County is riding high after the discovery it is sitting on a bonanza of clear gold in the Rio Puerco basin, but the find could pay dividends to West Side groups with similar ideas. Atrisco Oil and Gas, a company formed […]

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07/26/2008By Juan-Carlos Rodriguez, Journal Staff Writer Printed from ABQjournal.com, a service of the Albuquerque JournalURL: http://www.abqjournal.com/west/2611465ws1_water_share_west07-26-08.htm It’s a water free-for-all. That’s what the state engineer says of an increasing number of deep wells that are being explored by various public and private entities. Atrisco Oil and Gas LLC, a company formed to manage the mineral rights […]

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07/25/2008Joel Gay http://www.newmexicoindependent.com/view/atrisco-strikes Atrisco Strikes Brackish Gold A company drilling for natural gas on Albuquerque’s West Side has struck another valuable commodity — water. Atrisco Oil & Gas drilled into an aquifer believed to be 50 square miles in size and at least 1,000 feet deep, said Atrisco CEO Peter Sanchez. There’s sand throughout the […]

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07/25/2008By Juan-Carlos Rodriguez, Journal Staff Writer URL: http://www.abqjournal.com/west/25114456w1_well07-25-08.htm Atrisco Finds Water Under the West Mesa Atrisco Oil and Gas says it has found water on the West Mesa. According to a notice of intent to the Office of the State Engineer, Atrisco plans to pump the water from its land on the West Side. Atrisco said […]

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ABQ Journal Opinon/Editorials ABQJOURNAL OPINION/EDITORIALS: Finding Gas on Mesa Would Benefit Us AllPrinted from ABQjournal.com, a service of the Albuquerque JournalFriday, June 13, 2008 Finding Gas on Mesa Would Benefit Us All With regular gas hovering near $4 a gallon and natural gas expected to go up 40 percent by next winter’s heating season, New […]

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06/12/2008By Sean Olson, Journal Staff Writer Printed from ABQjournal.com, a service of the Albuquerque JournalURL: http://www.abqjournal.com/west/310894west_news06-12-08.htm Thursday, June 12, 2008 No Natural Gas, Yet By Sean Olson – Journal Staff Writer It’s been nearly a year since Tecton Energy began its natural gas drilling in the West Mesa. So far, no luck. “(Tecton) believes there is […]

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05/28/2008 Peter Sanchez Press Release: May 28, 2008Contact: Peter Sanchez, 836-0306 Atrisco Oil & Gas Supports Responsible West Side Development What: Get Out the Vote Picnic and Atrisco Heirs GatheringWhen: Noon to 3 p.m., Sunday, June 1, 2008Where: National Hispanic Cultural CenterWhy: Rally for state legislators who support responsible West Side development ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – […]

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03/31/2008ABQ Journal Staff Report Printed from ABQjournal.com, a service of the Albuquerque JournalURL: http://www.abqjournal.com/biz/297244business03-31-08.htm Hispano Chamber to Hand Out Scholarships The Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce will celebrate its Annual Education Excellence Luncheon on April 16 at the Embassy Suites Hotel, 1000 Woodward Place NE, handing out more than $120,000 in scholarships. “Our board of directors […]

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