The oil and natural gas industry has harnessed technology and innovation for generations and, as a result, is excelling in environmental progress, efficiency and safety.
Todd Staples, president of the Texas Oil & Gas Association, issued the following statement after word that the U.S. Department of Energy approved permits for two LNG export companies, including Golden Pass LNG in Houston, Texas, to sell American energy overseas:
AUSTIN – Data released by the Texas Workforce Commission shows oil and natural gas upstream jobs grew by 4,300 in March, showing increasing strength in upstream oil and natural gas employment in the state.
As Congress holds hearings on the price of oil, it is important to set the record straight on the various factors causing high gasoline prices. Fact: Prices are not caused by energy companies.
March 31, 2022 Check out our Monthly Digest for March below to see how TXOGA was busy advocating for the Texas oil and natural gas industry: MONTHLY DIGEST | MARCH RECOMENDED READING Staples says no easy solution to oil issues at Northeast Texas Energy Summit 2022 How Blue-State Policies Are Making America More Dependent on
AUSTIN – Data released by the Texas Workforce Commission shows increasing strength in upstream oil and natural gas employment in the state. In February 2022, Texas upstream jobs grew by 5,100, the highest spike in over a decade* and the second highest jump in at least 32 years.