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Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - March 28, 2015, Roswell, New Mexico A amp pm Toell a tip retort vol. 124. No. 75 March 28, 2015 75 daily / >1.25 sunday saturday Energy expert predicts $1.60 gallon Gas Jeff Tucker photo or. Daniel Fine left associate director of the new Mexico Center for Energy policy at new Mexico Institute of mining and technology Speaks with local Oil men Rory Mcminn of Reed amp Stevens Center and Bob Armstrong of Armstrong Energy corp. After speaking Friday at the monthly meeting of the new Mexico land men a association in Roswell by Jeff Tucker record staff writer gasoline prices in new Mexico could drop to As Low As $1.60 a gallon this year As the United states and the organization of Petroleum exporting countries engage in an outgoing crude Oil Price War an expert told the new Mexico Landman s association on Friday. Or. Daniel Fine associate director of the new Mexico Center for Energy policy at new Mexico Institute of mining and technology. Said at the Landman s associations Mon Lily meeting Friday that crude Oil storage in the United states is at a near maximum. Meaning it will he some time before crude Oil prices rebound. While the Price War is Likely to result in a Quot stalemate Between . Oil producers and open members such As saudi Arabia. Fine said crude Oil Consumers. Particularly motorists. Are Likely to experience unusually Low prices at the pumps for months to come. Fine predicted gasoline prices in the Albuquerque Market for the remainder of 2015 would Rise slightly to $2.35 a gallon before leveling Oil somewhere Between $2.35 and $1.65 per gallon. He said gasoline prices in Albuquerque could drop to As Low is $1.60 a gallon. A i would use that As the Bottom Fine told the daily record after his hour Long address to the Landman s meeting at the Roswell country club. A i can to say How soon. That will depend on the events now in front of Fine said summertime gasoline prices should be somewhere under $2 a gallon. He said if Gaso line prices drop to $1.65 a gallon those would be the lowest gasoline prices in the United states since 1998. Soft Market demand and excess supplies of crude Oil Are to credit or to blame. For the Low gasoline prices. Fine said. Quot demand is not catching he said. Quot you have a big imbalance. Open is not producing according to Price. They re not cutting Fine said at the Start of his speech he had come to the Landman s meeting a to present some Quot i Don t carry Good news. But i carry a guidance based on some he said. Crude Oil in the West Texas intermediate Market was Selling for $102 a gallon in january 2014 and is now Down to about $50 a gallon. Fine said. Technological gains in the United states have made the shale Oil Boom possible he said. A the breakthrough came in precision horizontal drilling. Not Hydraulic fracturing. That s been Fine said. A that part is the american Oil Power of technology at work. And was a big Surprise to the saudis and open. No one saw this Fine said Many economists assumed saudi arabians state owned Oil producers would Cut Back production last year As crude Oil prices plummeted. Quot that was a Universal Fine said. Quot from thanksgiving on. We re in this Oil pric e War Fine said new drilling bits. Coupled with horizontal precision drilling have enabled one . Company. Tulsa. Oklahoma based Wax Energy to reduce Rig drilling time from 47 Days to eight Days. Quot we be had a horizontal precision revolution now we re having innovation on top of that meaning the . Is too Good. Fine said Quot the shale producers Here Are too Good at what we do we continue through tech see Energy. Page apart bags for Home delivered meals Bill Moffitt photo volunteers with the Comfort keepers feed seniors now initiative accepted bags for the j o y. Center Home delivered meals program old style paper grocery bags were purchased for $10 and then decorated by artists non artists children and corporations. The $10 Purchase will provide a hand delivered meal for a Day to a Home bound resident of Chaves county the meals will be delivered inside the bags the bags Are now on display at main Street arts and the Roswell j o y. Center. Pictured Are Peggy Krantz gallery owner and Pat Hittle past president of the Roswell Fine arts league. Sexual assault claim at juvenile Center under investigation Albuquerque apr a Southern new Mexico juvenile detention Center is the focus of a state police investigation into a male Detainee s claim that a female staff therapist sexually assaulted him. The director of the state s juvenile Justice senile has resigned and two administrators have been placed on paid administrative leave since the alleged assault was reported in Early february. The Albuquerque journal reported Friday. All of the youths detained at the Lincoln Pines youth Center near Ruidoso have been relocated to other facilities while authorities investigate what happened at the Center. The therapist no longer works for the state children. Youth and families department.0 spokesman Henry Varela said. He would t say whether she was fired or quit. Varela said the allegation was reported to state police on feb. 8. But he would not say when the assault allegedly occurred asked whether there could be other victims Varela said Quot that s what s currently being investigated by state police the department is taking this seriously. Obviously that s Why a full assessment was done right juvenile Justice services director Sandra Stewart submitted her resignation monday. She did t specify a reason. She previously served As see claim Page Al partisan wrangling stunted state s Law enforcement reforms Liakos Roswell s Cdr. Welby Dies at age so Albuquerque apr partisan wrangling in the new Mexico legislature ended a number of Bills sought by the state s police agencies including a measure requiring sheriffs to actually be Law enforcement officers. State lawmakers failed to get the sheriff requirement Bill out of committee while they debated such measures As Daylight savings time and allowing wine and Beer Home delivery. They also failed to pass a Bill setting limits on the use of drones by police without a warrant. In addition a measure that would have banned the use of solitary confinement on juveniles languished without passing. Partisan fighting also killed funding for equipment for Small Law enforcement agencies. The backlog came As the Republican controlled House and the Democrat see reforms Page a 2 by Jeff Jackson record City editor a longtime paediatrician and philanthropist in Roswell. Or. William g. Llanos sr., died monday at his Home at the at of 80. Liakos founded his practice. Bra medical associates. In 1968. And served the Community a children with care and compassion. His soil and daughter said. A the did a Bunch of stuff in the said his son. William or. Himself a doctor who now oversees Bra babies. Children and associates paediatrics Quot when lie first came Here he made a push to modernize baby care. Roswell did t have any of that then. I think he was very focused in the Community of Roswell trying to make this a better place. They provided a lot of free care Back in the Day. He used to barter for services before medicaid it essentially did no to exist then head take a Quarter of a pig or beef for payment which was common in those the Liakos family has heard from friends ail Over new Mexico and the country expressing their condolences. Said daughter Kee Liakos. A the loved the fact that he was Able to care for thousands of patients and families and seeing them grow Quot she said. Quot he was part of the fiber and fabric of the Community for 40 years. He was deeply imbedded in the Community. He was a caring compassionate and gentle Liakos worked outside his practice to become involved with several organizations including big Brothers big Sisters. St. Andrew s episcopal Church. Roswell girls club. Leadership Roswell. The Roswell museum and Art Center the symphony. Roswell Assurance Home. Which finds Homes for displaced teens and Many of liars. Quot hts legacy was those Community and medical services lie provided to the people of Roswell. His legacy was an outreach to peo Liakos Hee Liakos a Liakos opened Tice in 1968 at a is at Union Avenue Ond Street his fir tended to 20 pad had needed his w see Liakos. Page a3ny mayor says someone May have inappropriately tapped Quot As line new York if a someone May have improperly t ripped a Gas line before an explosion that levelled three apartment buildings Aud injured nearly two dozen people. Mayor Bill de Blasios us Friday is firefighters soaked the Mill soldering Hulk Lings my Polk searched Lor at least two missing Peop Quot there is a possibility Here that the Gas line was inappropriately accessed internally Quot by it Kijik in one of the destroyed buildings but officials need to get Access to its basement to explore it further de Busk it Saki the number of people injured in thursday s list Rose from 19 to 22. With four critically injured. Police were seedling for at least two people Nicholas Figueroa a Bowling Alky we Uker who had been in a Lite at a sushi restaurant in die budding where die destruction was entered. And Moines . A worker there. Authorities also were exploring whether a third person was unaccounted for chief of detectives roller Boyce mud. Preliminary evidence suggests an explosion amid plumbing and Gas work inside the building was to by Une. Inspectors with Utility consolidated Edison had been to the East \ tillage building to Check on ongoing work to upgrade a it service. The Utility said the work did t pass inspection so the new Gas line was locked to ensure it would t be used. And inspectors gave instructions and left coned said inspectors did t smell Gas but 15 minutes later the sushi restaurant owner smelled Gas and called the landlord who called a general contractor Boyce said be one called 911 or coned. Howry Mhz Mumm Mimram a my a m owner it and tractor s son w a netted Hiller Kuki Ippe s. Al a Derway to serve at Ives 4 i t 9 212 4 4 is fore. High 86 Low 49 today s obituaries Page 83 Alicia Wile cd assured. Comics. Entert amment financial is b4 As b3 Genera. Horoscopes. Lotteries a2 a3. A2 opinion. Sport weather a4

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