2019 marked the 100th year of the Texas Oil & Gas Association, the state’s oldest and largest oil & gas trade association representing every facet of the Texas oil and gas industry.
Founded in Ingenuity. Fueled by Innovation. TXOGA’s Centennial Celebration celebrated the oil and natural gas industry’s incredible milestones of progress, innovation and inventiveness, while also commending this industry’s rich heritage, rooted in the discovery and determination of the hardworking men and women who made it all possible.
Everything’s bigger in Texas. For the Texas oil and natural gas industry, our ability to go big – with no signs of backing down – is securing our economy, our environment and our future every single day. For 100 years, Texas worked its way to become the undisputed Energy Capitol of the World, and we’re just getting started.
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History, interactivity and engaging scientific content share the story of how oil and natural gas changed Texas
The Bullock Texas State History Museum unveiled last week a newly renovated and expanded “Texas Oil and Gas” exhibit, where visitors are invited to learn about cutting-edge innovation, economic impact, and the environmental evolution of the state’s most storied industry over the past 100 years. The new exhibit was made possible with the support of Texas oil and natural gas companies and the Texas Oil & Gas Association (TXOGA).