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Phony Attacks On Permian Oil And Gas Show Environmentalists In Desperation Mode

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Steve Everly | Midland Reporter-Telegram | May 15, 2019 The United States is now the global leader in oil and natural gas development, due in large part to the Permian Basin. Since 2011, oil and gas production in the Permian Basin has increased by 125 percent. Earlier this year, we discovered the Permian Basin is actually the highest producing oilfield in the world.

Environmental Integrity Project Again Twists Data to Deceive Public about Texas Oil and Gas

Friday, May 10, 2019

Texans For Natural Gas Factcheck: The latest in a number of inaccurate and misleading reports from out-of-state anti-oil and gas group Environmental Integrity Project, this most recent example attempts to deceive the public about emissions in the Permian Basin based on an inaccurate reading of air quality events and gross mischaracterization of operations from oil and gas facilities as “illegal air pollution.”

Week In Review: May 10, 2019

Friday, May 10, 2019

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The Shale Revolution Isn't Just About Cheap Energy, It's Changing Geopolitics

Wednesday, May 08, 2019

Mark J. Perry | Washington Examiner | May 8, 2019 The new buzzword in the energy industry is "geopolitics." The role of America’s oil and natural gas companies has never been more consequential in shaping the global political order. If history is a good signpost, the change being driven by our nation’s energy industry will have a significant worldwide impact on technologies and policies that will last for decades.

Weekly Update: May 3, 2019

Friday, May 03, 2019

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Analysis: Methane Emissions Intensity Declines in Top Shale Basins

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Energy In Depth | April 26, 2019 Increased natural gas consumption has generated a truly incredible story for the environment as U.S. greenhouse gas emissions have fallen to their lowest levels since 1992. But the air quality improvements go even further, as a new Energy In Depth analysis shows: The U.S. oil and gas industry is also making incredible progress in reducing methane emissions as production surges in America’s top shale basins.

Weekly Update: April 26, 2019

Friday, April 26, 2019

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City Climate Plan Won't Put Dent In Global Emissions

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Jason Isaac | San Antonio Express-News | April 23, 2019 Amid a groundswell of criticism, San Antonio has recently extended the timeline for revision and public comment on the draft of its Climate Action and Adaptation Plan, or CAAP.

Typical Worker’s Pay Nears $200,000 at Oil Refiner

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Patrick Thomas | Wall Street Journal | April 24, 2019 Workers at oil and gas companies ranked near the top in median pay, as shale boom squeezed already tight labor market.

How Natural Gas Helps Our Environment

Monday, April 22, 2019

Texans for Natural Gas Did you know that natural gas, which has become more abundant thanks to fracking, helps our environment? Check out this list to find out how, and don't forget to click "tweet this" to share your favorite facts!

Weekly Update: April 19, 2019

Friday, April 19, 2019

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Weekly Update: April 12, 2019

Friday, April 12, 2019

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Trump Signs Executive Orders In Push To Make It Easier To Build Oil And Gas Pipelines

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Cat Schuknecht | NPR | April 11, 2019 President Trump stood in front of an audience of operating engineers in Crosby, Texas, on Wednesday and promised to make it easier for them to lay pipe.

Pipeline Executive Order Supports Critical Component of Texas Economy

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Steve Everley | Texans for Natural Gas Following President Trump’s announcement of an executive order that would improve the development of energy infrastructure, Texans for Natural Gas spokesman Steve Everley issued the following statement:   “By facilitating the development of vital energy infrastructure, President Trump’s executive order will help to strengthen the Texas economy and further improve Texas consumers’ access to the energy resources they depend on. Importantly, this order will ensure Texas pipelines continue to provide thousands of jobs, improve energy reliability and generate millions of dollars in state and local revenue that goes to help fund Texas schools, hospitals and public safety services.   For too long, activists have held consumers hostage to their radical agenda by blocking critical pipeline infrastructure, raising energy costs and preventing employment growth in the process. The President’s order is an attempt to tilt the scales back in favor of working families.”

Permian Basin Overtakes Saudi’s Ghawar as World’s Top Producing Oilfield

Friday, April 05, 2019

Texans for Natural Gas New data released by Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia’s national oil company, estimates the country’s Ghawar oilfield has a production capacity that is 300,000 barrels per day (b/d) less than what is currently being produced in West Texas’ Permian Basin. By surpassing the Ghawar, thought to be the world’s most prolific, the Permian has now solidified its position as the largest oil producing region in the world – with even more production growth expected. 

Weekly Update: April 4, 2019

Thursday, April 04, 2019

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Booming Energy Industry is Helping Keep Texas Strong

Tuesday, April 02, 2019

Steve Everley | The Galveston County Daily News | April 1, 2019 In response to the guest column by Priscilla Villa (“Texas should put communities first,” The Daily News, March 27): Texas has been experiencing record levels of oil and natural gas production, spurred by advancements in hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling. This boom has reduced energy prices for consumers, lessened our dependence on imported oil, and enhanced our state’s long-time status as a petroleum exporter.

Port of Corpus Christi Moves Forward With Lease to Build Crude Oil Terminal on Harbor Island

Monday, April 01, 2019

Tim Acosta | Corpus Christi Caller Times | March 28, 2019 The Port of Corpus Christi is moving forward with its multibillion-dollar crude oil storage terminal on Harbor Island in Port Aransas.

Week In Review: March 29, 2019

Friday, March 29, 2019

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Bayou Bridge Pipeline is Now Complete, After Years of Controversy

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Tristan Baurick | The Times-Picayune | March 27, 2019 The Bayou Bridge Pipeline is now complete and slated to begin transporting oil between Texas and St. James Parish next week, the companies that own the controversial project have announced.

Texans for Natural Gas Comments on Green New Deal Ahead of Senate Floor Vote

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Steve Everley | Texans for Natural Gas In advance of a Senate floor vote on the Green New Deal today in Washington, DC, Texans for Natural Gas spokesman Steve Everley issued the following statement:

Study: New Pipeline Investment Critical for Texas Economy

Monday, March 25, 2019

Texans for Natural Gas Texas infrastructure investment is forecast to average $38 billion annually from 2019 to 2048, according to a new IHS Markit study released by the Coalition for Critical Infrastructure (CCI). The study, entitled  “Critical Infrastructure for Texas Growth,” finds that oil and natural gas production growth, particularly in the Permian Basin, will also drive investment in critical pipeline infrastructure.

Week In Review: March 22, 2019

Friday, March 22, 2019

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Texas Oil Boom: “The Biggest Income Opportunity in America”

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Robert Baillieul | Income Investors | March 14, 2019 McMullen County used to be a sleepy rural town just a few short years ago. But thanks to a recent Texas oil boom, the community has become the richest in the country.

Texas’ oil success relies on better ports

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Matt Gallagher | Houston Chronicle | March 13, 2019 If you travel along the Texas Gulf Coast today, look closely and you will take in a scene that would have seemed near impossible a decade ago - more domestic oil loaded onto ships for export than international oil being imported. This turn of events ultimately means greater energy security for the United States, but there is still work to be done.