Some of the largest industries of the state include energy, aerospace and defense, logistics and transportation, tourism, food, etc. Despite the reduction in workforce in the mining sector, the gas and oil sector of New Mexico still generates over $2 billion in annual revenue and taxes. Fuel and alternative energy sources are abundant in New Mexico. The San Juan Basin and Permian Basin include quantities of oil and natural gas. About 3% of the crude oil and 10% of the natural gas utilized in the US come from New Mexico. The northwest part of the state contains coal resources. New Mexico is the perfect location for solar energy because of its more than 320 days of sunshine each year. The top two animal products in New Mexico are cattle and dairy products. All year-long livestock grazes on the agricultural grounds. Although the state is mostly made up of dry ground, technological advancements in farming have made it possible to grow pinto beans, hay, chili peppers, onions, potatoes, sorghum, and pinon nuts. Water is supplied to irrigate crops in semi-arid areas by the irrigation projects at Tucumcari, Carlsbad, and Fort Sumner on the Pecos River. The basins of the Colorado and Rio Grande rivers are also essential for the agriculture sector. Albuquerque sawmills control the northern timber industry of New Mexico. Defense and aerospace projects can be tested simultaneously in constrained airspace thanks to New Mexico’s favorable topography and climate. Major industry participants including UP Aerospace and Virgin Galactic are based at the 18,000-acre Spaceport America. With extensive transportation and logistics networks, the state borders of New Mexico and the areas close to the US-Mexico border are expanding quickly. Transport infrastructure is necessary for manufacturers and military equipment to reach markets. A third of New Mexicans who are employed hold administrative support positions. Hewlett Packard, Lowe’s, Alliance Data Systems, Fidelity Investments, and The Gap are just a few of the corporations that have customer service centers throughout the state. About 29,500 people work for the federal government, the majority of whom are employed by the National Park Service, the Department of Immigration, and the Bureau of Land Management.