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New Mexico's
Energy Capital

Lea County leads New Mexico in Energy Production

# 100

In Oil Production

# 100

In Natural Gas

Learn more about Lea County, NM through our communities’ demographics, including population, income, ethnicity, and education levels.

Lea County is home to a hard-working and highly-skilled workforce with extensive workforce training opportunities to invest in their future potential.

We offer attractive incentive packages that can be used in conjunction with state tax credits and abatements.

We are pleased to offer both current and historical Economic Indicators to offer insight on current or future investment opportunities in Lea County.

Lea County and its 5 communities are home to a diverse collection of history and culture that is steeped in community pride, hard work, and energy diversity.

With three designated industrial parks, and many more industrial areas, Lea County is ripe for growth!

This is Lea County.



Labor force


unique industries

Lea County’s largest industrial park with over 9,600 acres! EnergyPlex Park is easily customizable to suit any industry, including manufacturing, petroleum, nuclear, solar, wind, fabrication, mining, warehousing, research & development, and more.

Close to amenities and a combined population of over 62,000, EnergyPlex Park offers convenience and an opportunity for growth and expansion into a flourishing market!

About Us

Meet our Staff

Jennifer Grassham

President & CEO

Elda Espinoza

Finance Coordinator

Mady Zamora

Research Specialist

Jackson Kinney

Business Retention and Expansion Specialist