The 85th Regular Session of the Texas Legislature commenced on January 10, 2017.
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Legislation TLMA is following:
HB 129 - Craddick - Relating to the manner in which a payor of proceeds derived from the sale of oil or gas production is required to provide certain information to a royalty interest owner.
HB 247 - Anchia
- Relating to the posting by the Railroad Commission of Texas on its Internet website of certain enforcement information.
HB 464 - Anchia - Relating to the acceptance of political contributions by a member of the Railroad Commission of Texas and of political contributions made in connection with the office of railroad commissioner.
HB 1597 - Bell - Relating to the recovery of stranded oil, gas, or oil and gas from depleting Cenozoic Era reservoirs. TLMA opposes this bill as a taking of private property rights.
HB 1818 - Gonzales, Larry | Raymond | Darby | Thompson, Senfronia | Flynn - Relating to the continuation and functions of the Railroad Commission of Texas; providing for the imposition of fees.
SB 177 - Taylor - Relating to unit operations for oil, gas, or oil and gas production from depleting reservoirs or carbon dioxide storage; authorizing a fee. TLMA opposes this bill as a taking of private property rights.
SB 189 - Uresti - Relating to notice of an application for a permit to drill certain injection wells within a certain distance of a groundwater conservation district.
SB 567 - Rodríguez - Relating to the imposition of administrative, civil, and criminal penalties for violating certain statutes under the jurisdiction of, rules or orders adopted by, or licenses, permits, or certificates issued by the Railroad Commission of Texas; increasing criminal penalties.
SB 568 - Rodríguez - Relating to the posting by the Railroad Commission of Texas on its Internet website of certain enforcement information.
SB 569 - Rodríguez - Relating to a review and report by the Railroad Commission of Texas regarding the oversight and enforcement of unpermitted discharges of oil and gas waste or of other substances or materials associated with certain operations or activities regulated by the commission.
SB 676 - Seliger - Relating to the listing of separate interests in minerals in place in ad valorem tax appraisal records.
Past Legislative Sessions:
Click here to see information about the 2015 Legislative Session, and visit TLMA Legislative Action for a history of TLMA legislative activities since its formation.