November 30, 2021

Texas Establishes First of Its Kind Designation of Natural Gas Facilities for Energy Emergencies

AUSTIN – Today Railroad Commission of Texas commissioners adopted rules for critical designation of natural gas infrastructure to help protect Texans in energy emergencies.

The new rules implement provisions in House Bill 3648 and Senate Bill 3 and define natural gas facilities that would be designated as critical gas suppliers and critical customers. Learn More

November 1, 2021

TXOGA comments submitted to the Railroad Commission RE: Proposed New 16 TAC §3.65 and Proposed Amendments to §3.107 to Implement HB 3648 and SB 3

Thank you for the hard work and attention the Railroad Commission of Texas has been dedicating to the implementation of various pieces of legislation resulting from the Winter Storm Uri (Uri) event. As the oldest statewide organization representing all aspects of the oil and gas industry in Texas, the Texas Oil and Gas Association has a membership which provides a broad perspective regarding the natural gas supply chain, and we appreciate the opportunity to comment.

August 15, 2021

TMFC Methane and Emissions Report

July 28, 2021

Recap of UT symposium on natural gas performance during Winter Storm Uri Confirms Enverus Report Findings

RBN Energy, LLC recently posted a recap of a UT symposium on natural gas performance during Winter Storm Uri, outlining the discussions had during the event “2021 Texas Energy System at the Crossroads: Lessons in the Wake of Major Storms.” RBN’s recap of the symposium – “Can We Just Talk? – Symposium Explores How Natural Gas Fits Into ERCOT Reliability” – confirms the findings regarding the timing of declines of natural gas production in the Enverus report commissioned by TXOGA, showing loss of power as the biggest factor in production declines. Learn More

April 27, 2021

Update to April 6, 2021 Preliminary Report on Causes of Generator Outages and Derates During the February 2021 Extreme Cold Weather Event

This report provides aggregated information about the causes of generator outages and derates
during the February winter storm event based on information provided in response to ERCOT
Requests for Information.

April 6, 2021

Reports of gas-powered electricity generators that successfully delivered electricity during the storm due to pre-planning for natural gas supply before the storm

A handful of Wall Street firms that bet big on the power sector in recent years made millions in paper profits when the winter storm in Texas boosted demand for the electricity generated by plants they own.  Learn More

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