EnergyPlex Park 1

aerial photo of site

Location: SW1/4 of 34, T17S, N.M.P.M., Lea County, New Mexico (half section or quarter section)

Owner: Lea County, 100 N. Main Ave., Lovington, NM 88260

Size: Section 34 is a 320 acre square in the northern half of the park.

Zoning: No zoning in the City of Hobbs

Asking Price: $1,500 per acre, based on 9600 acres. Not specific to Section 34.

EnergyPlex Park 1 Fact Sheet (PDF)

Highway Access: NM-18 (4-lane) approximately 1.2 miles north and east / NM-483 adjacent to west; access into site parcels needs to be developed along planned Alabama Road extension, which will be adjacent to site.

Air Access: 10-miles miles (15-20 minutes), depending on location within Park, to Lea County Regional Airport (daily service via United Express to Houston). United Cargo serves Lea County Regional Airport.

Rail Access: Not presently served but within two miles of Texas-New Mexico Railroad owned by Watco. Rail line runs approximately 1-2 miles north and east of site along west side of Lovington Highway (NM-18)

Electric Power: Xcel Energy. A 12.5 kV 3-phase line currently runs approximately 2500’ north of site. 115kV /230kV transmission line approximately 2500’ NW.

Natural Gas: New Mexico Gas Company 8” trunk line bisects EnergyPlex from a SW to NE direction / Zia Gas 4” line ~ 0.8 mile to EnergyPlex SE corner. Section 34 is ~ 1.5 - 2 miles from either. 600 psi provided by the 8” NM Gas line / 35 psi provided by the 4” Zia line.

Water: City of Hobbs. Water not presently to Section 34 and additional well fields and infrastructure required for future industrial development. Closest lines are approximately 2 -2.5 miles SE (14” main) and E (24” main).

Sewer: City of Hobbs. Sewer not presently to Section 34 and closest line (10”) is near EnergyPlex SE boundary, approximately 2 miles SE of Section 34. Future industrial development may be best served by on-site package treatment or an independent wastewater collection system for the industrial park.

Storm Water: Will be determined by specific site development plan, based on a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan(SWPP) and historic flow preservation.

Telecom/Fiber: Fiber/telecom/broadband is approximately 1 mile from NE site perimeter; LEACO, PVT and Windstream served the nearby area via fiber optic cable.

Available Site Due Diligence Documentation

Title Commitment: Yes
Aerial Site Views and Maps: Yes
Park Master Plan: Yes
Utility Service Maps: Yes
Site Dimensions and Configuration: Yes
Wetlands Map: None
Phase 1 Environmental Assessment: Yes
Archeological and Historic Use Assessments: Yes
Park Covenants and Restrictions: None
Transportation Access Maps: Yes
Geotechnical Study/ Soil Survey: Yes
FEMA Flood Plain Designation with Map: Yes
Air Attainment Status: Yes
Endangered Species Assessment: Yes

Available General Community Information

Community Profile and Demographics: Yes
State and Local Incentives Overview: Yes
Letters of Support: Yes
Business and Industrial Support Services and Amenitites Profile: Yes