Production Flexibility Contracts payments in New Mexico totaled $127 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in New Mexico Receiving Production Flexibility Contracts payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Production Flexibility Contracts
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Curry County, New Mexico$42,894,15433.8%33.8%
2Roosevelt County, New Mexico$22,101,91317.4%51.2%
3Quay County, New Mexico$11,366,8269.0%60.2%
4Union County, New Mexico$7,614,4086.0%66.2%
5Chaves County, New Mexico$7,095,4175.6%71.8%
6Lea County, New Mexico$6,811,4355.4%77.2%
7Luna County, New Mexico$5,948,8534.7%81.9%
8Eddy County, New Mexico$5,151,1294.1%85.9%
9San Juan County, New Mexico$4,808,8443.8%89.7%
10Dona Ana County, New Mexico$4,776,7223.8%93.5%
11Hidalgo County, New Mexico$4,257,2973.4%96.8%
12Torrance County, New Mexico$1,173,2020.9%97.8%
13Santa Fe County, New Mexico$1,001,7920.8%98.6%
14Harding County, New Mexico$474,4210.4%98.9%
15DeBaca County, New Mexico$458,1680.4%99.3%
16Colfax County, New Mexico$362,3770.3%99.6%
17Sierra County, New Mexico$183,2240.1%99.7%
18Otero County, New Mexico$120,9720.1%99.8%
19Rio Arriba County, New Mexico$66,2820.1%99.9%
20Taos County, New Mexico$50,7010.0%99.9%
21San Miguel County, New Mexico$42,6130.0%100.0%
22Guadalupe County, New Mexico$20,4460.0%100.0%
23Valencia County, New Mexico$20,1890.0%100.0%
24Socorro County, New Mexico$13,2980.0%100.0%
25Mora County, New Mexico$4,9830.0%100.0%
26Cibola County, New Mexico$3,4190.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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