Weekly Update

Friday, May 15, 2020

May 15, 2020

Energy Briefing


A Letter from Texans for Natural Gas on the City of Dallas Climate Action Plan

On behalf of the nearly 800 members of Texans for Natural Gas who live and work in Dallas, we are writing to express our concern about the City of Dallas’ Comprehensive Environmental and Climate Action Plan (CECAP).


Permian Pipelines Are a Winning Solution for Methane and Flaring

Although oil and gas production across Texas has suffered a significant slowdown, essential infrastructure projects – especially pipelines – are still moving ahead, which will ultimately help to decrease methane emissions and reduce flaring activity. 


Texas’ Oil and Gas Industry Steps Up Amid COVID-19

From lending their technology and expertise to find a vaccine to COVID-19, to donating millions of dollars to healthcare and frontline workers, the industry has stepped up in the midst of today’s pandemic.



Thank A Roughneck



Roughnecks are the unsung heroes of our state. Hardworking roughnecks are increasing American energy security and keeping the lights on at home.

Sign your name here to show your support for roughnecks in Texas: https://www.texansfornaturalgas.com/thank_a_roughneck


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