Panhandle Producers & Royalty Owners is a 92-year-old oil and gas association but, What’s in it for you? What benefit do we serve?
Our primary purpose is to lobby and represent membership before political parties, state and federal agencies, to develop policy and position papers, and to act as your voice with regard to proposed legislation that impacts our industry.
PPROA was originally founded in 1929 as a non-profit industry association, governed by bylaws and directed by officers who are also members, to provide public relations, education, political donations, lobbying and publishing; however, our focus is collaboration between member companies.
What does your membership provide?
- Lobbyist in Austin
- Representation before local, state and federal agencies
- Policy, position papers, legislation
- Educational meetings, classes and materials
- Governmental Affairs Committee
- Newsletter – The Pipeline
- A deeper connection to other peer industry groups while maintaining your personal connection with PPROA
The Panhandle Producers & Royalty Owners Association is an advocate for oil and gas producers, mineral royalty owners and industry support companies in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. Association advocacy is both proactive and responsive and includes:
- Providing resources and contacts for member education and training
- Representation before local, statewide and national governmental bodies and their leaders
- Representation before civic and service organizations, media and schools
- Facilitation of member networking opportunities
- Disbursement of industry information to members
All P-5 Texas Operators MUST Comply by January 15, 2022 or Face Penalties
Requirements of New Weatherization Rule
OF THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE:
ALL Texas operators of any size must file the Critical Infrastructure forms with the TX Railroad Commission by January 15, 2022.
Operators may qualify for exceptions, but there are no automatic exceptions. The rule applies statewide, even to those geographically outside the ERCOT system.
Click on the blue Hyperlinks for presentations, training and handouts.
The Texas Railroad Commission’s new Critical Infrastructure webpage, includes the Forms, Notices to Operators (NTOs), deadlines, and training videos. PPROA strongly suggests you watch the training video.
View the slide presentation here. If you have questions, please call Judy at the PPROA office for assistance.
PPROA Participated in the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers’ Roundtable Regarding the New Rule
The Texas Alliance Roundtable held the most current information to date on the new weatherization rule and the implications to ALL Texas operators large and small.
The Roundtable featured information presented at the RRC webinar and their observations of the webinar content are below:
Remember PPROA is continuing to work with the Texas RRC and other peer associations to determine what facilities are “critical.”
Do not hesitate to call the PPROA Office at 806-352-5637.
PPROA receives technical assistance and services from these companies: