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Christi’s November Newsletter

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Chairman Craddick on Texas leading the oil and gas industry recovery, responsible growth, rising wages and salaries, Texas v. California, and more.

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Chairman Craddick Emphasizes Balance in Managing Environment, Energy Growth

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AUSTIN – Railroad Commission Chairman Christi Craddick today spoke to the Texas Land and Mineral Owners Association (TLMA) at their statewide members meeting in San Antonio about the common sense regulatory approach necessary to protect Texas land and water resources and the land and mineral rights of all Texans as the state’s energy industry continues to grow.

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Christi’s October Newsletter

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Chairman Craddick on Texas pushing the U.S. to top crude producer, the new trade deal with Mexico and Canada, 26 months of employment growth, and more.

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Christi’s August Newsletter

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Chairman Craddick on Texas as the world’s no. 3 oil producer and the top state for business in America, fighting human trafficking, and more.

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Chairman Craddick Convenes Energy Industry to Address Human Trafficking

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AUSTIN – Railroad Commission Chairman Christi Craddick yesterday joined Governor Greg Abbott’s Child Sex Trafficking Team (CSTT) and energy industry representatives to raise awareness about human trafficking and how the energy industry can work to prevent and address the issue in Texas. The meeting was hosted by the Texas Oil and Gas Association in Austin.

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Christi’s July Newsletter

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Chairman Craddick on the 2018 Republican Party of Texas state convention, balancing rising temperatures and energy demands, joining our Craddick Crew, and more.

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RRC Chairman Craddick and PUC Chairman Walker Working to Ensure Availability of Natural Gas for Reliable Electric Service this Summer

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AUSTIN – Railroad Commission Chairman Christi Craddick and Public Utility Commission Chairman DeAnn Walker are urging natural gas pipeline operators and electric generation plant operators to work together to ensure availability of pipeline transmission capacity to meet electric generation needs at times of peak demand during the hot Texas summer. Craddick and Walker are asking stakeholders to work with the Railroad Commission’s Oversight and Safety Division to schedule required pipeline testing outside of peak demand months. During the required tests, pipelines are unable to deliver natural gas, which fuels electric generation plants across Texas.

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