New Mexico Energy Library, Inc.
About the New Mexico Energy Library
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The New Mexico Energy Library, Inc. (NMEL) of Roswell, New Mexico, is a not-profit corporation formed in 1966 by independent oil operators and geologists in Roswell. The Library has continued to expand and has become a very reputable source of information for New Mexico.
Originally formed as The Permian Association, the name changed in 1994 to The Roswell Energy Library, Inc. The name was again changed in 2006 to New Mexico Energy Library, Inc., to better reflect the services available for the entire State of New Mexico We have extensive geophysical log coverage on both hard copy and/or microfiche for New Mexico. The Oil Conservation Division of New Mexico has bequeathed all of their large scale logs and well files for the State to NMEL. This new acquisition makes NMEL the most extensive source for logs and well files for both the New Mexico portion of the Permian and San Juan Basins. NMEL has extensive statewide coverage of sample (strip) logs and sampledescriptions, mud logs, core analysis. DST's and paleontology reports.
NMEL is located at 312 North Main Street. Access to the contents and services at NMEL is through a membership basis. Please see the Membership link above for details. Additional questions can be answered by contacting NMEL directly at the number listed below.
Hours are from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Thursday, and 8:30 AM to
12:00 Noon on Friday. The Library is
closed from 12:00 to 1:00 for lunch. Keys
are issued to members for after hour use.
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