President’s Column

To read Texas Alliance President Alex Mills’s weekly energy columns, click the links below:

 


July 14, 2016
Future Looks Better, But Industry Moves Cautiously


July 7, 2016
State, Federal Policymakers Challenge EPA Regulations


June 30, 2016
Oil, Gas Industry Attitudes Become More Positive


June 23, 2016
Oil Industry Contributes $256 Million To Plug Orphaned Wells


June 16, 2016
Natural Gas Becomes Largest Generation Fuel


June 9, 2016
Global Oil Disruptions Contribute To Price Increase


June 2, 2016
EPA Continues Rigorous Regulation Of Oil Industry


May 26, 2016
Scientists Debate Cause Of Earthquakes In Texas


May 19, 2016
U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear Argument On Clean Power Plan


May 12, 2016
Industry Cautiously Watches Oil Price Inch Higher


May 5, 2016
Refiners Try To Cope With Rising Oil Price And Increased Competition


April 28, 2016
Saudi Arabia Plans To Take Aramco Public


April 21, 2016
Environmentalists Change Tactics In Effort To Silence Opponents


April 14, 2016
Saudi Arabia Targets High-Cost Oil Production


April 7, 2016
Federal Agencies Increase Regulation Of Oil Industry


March 31, 2016
American Oil Imports Hit 45 Year Low


March 24, 2016
Oil, Natural Gas Prices Remain Low On News Of Large Supplies


March 17, 2016
Study Says Fossil Fuels Not Major Cause Of Rise In Methane


March 10, 2016
Government Report Criticizes EPA For ‘Covert Propaganda’


March 3, 2016
Justice Department 0-5 In Felony Convictions From Blowout In Gulf


February 25, 2016
Drill, Baby, Drill ‘Gimmick’ Worked


February 19, 2016
Is OPEC Dead?


February 11, 2016
Drop In Prices Overshadow Proposed Oil Tax Court Ruling


February 4, 2016
Cruz’s Victory Signals Possible Change In Energy, Tax Policies


January 28, 2016
Oversupply Of Oil And Gas Creates Decline In Industry In 2015


January 21, 2016
Presidential Candidates Position On Energy Issues Exposed


January 14, 2016
Obama Calls For ‘Transition Away From Old, Dirtier Energy Sources’


January 7, 2016
Retail Gasoline Prices Plunge To Six-Year Low


December 29, 2015
Paris Agreement Creates More Issues For Oil Industry


December 17, 2015
Environmentalists Not Happy With Initial Study


December 10, 2015
Railroad Commission Chairman Will Not Seek Re-Election


December 3, 2015
Obama Pledges Financial Support Of Green Climate Fund


November 26, 2015
Refiners Profit From Oversupply Of Crude Oil


November 19, 2015
Paris Attack Creates Concern For Safety Of U.S. Oil Infrastructure


November 12, 2015
President Obama Rejects Construction Of Keystone XL Pipeline


November 4, 2015
Regulators Say Injection Wells Did Not Cause Earthquakes


October 29, 2015
Politicians Find Pot Of Gold


October 22, 2015
EIA Says U.S. Oil Production Declines 500,000 Barrels


October 15, 2015
Analysts Predict Slow Recovery Of Oil And Gas Industry


October 7, 2015
More Reforms Needed To Make Mexico Successful


September 30, 2015
No Quick Fix For Oversupply Issue


September 24, 2015
The Pope, Hillary Clinton, And Oil Exports


September 17, 2015
Debate Lacks Energy Issues; Oil Inventories Decline


September 9, 2015
Railroad Commission Examiners Issue Finding On Earthquakes


September 3, 2015
Courts, Congress, Regulators Take On Oil And Gas Issues


August 27, 2015
Crude Oil Prices Have Taken A Scary Ride Lately


August 20, 2015
EPA Issues Another Regulation Of Air Emissions


August 14, 2015
Many Factors Force Crude Oil Posted Prices Below $40


August 6, 2015
EPA Issues Another Complicated Regulation


July 30, 2015
Texas Oil Production On Track To Break Record


July 23, 2015
Oil Inventories Soar Above 5-Year Seasonal Average


July 14, 2015
Gasoline Prices Lowest Since 2009


July 7, 2015
Texas Oil Production Increases 16 Percent


June 30, 2015
EPA Did Not Compute Cost Of Regulation On Industry


June 25, 2015
Companies Testify That Quakes Occurred Far Below Disposal Wells


June 18, 2015
Pope Francis Issues Anti-Fossil Fuel Message


June 11, 2015
OPEC Has Advantages Over U.S. Producers In Fight For Market Share


June 4, 2015
Texas Legislature Wants State To Regulate Oil And Gas


May 28, 2015
Electricity Must Be Reliable Day And Night


May 21, 2015
U.S. Should Be ‘Great Arsenal Of Energy’


May 14, 2015
Air Emissions Best Ever In Much Of Texas


May 7, 2015
EPA Issues Roadmap For Environmental Justice


April 30, 2015
LNG Finds A Niche In The Energy Market


April 23, 2015
Water Extraction, Reinjection “Most Likely” Cause Of Earthquakes


April 16, 2015
EIA Projects Continued Volatility In Oil Prices


April 9, 2015
Consumers Enjoy Lower Prices Thanks To Increased Production


April 2, 2015
Texas’s Air Emissions Continue To Decline


March 26, 2015
Congress Takes On Energy Issues


March 19, 2015
Fossil Fuels Remain Best Bet For Global Economic Success


March 12, 2015
Natural Gas, Wind Will Replace Many Coal-Fired Plants


March 5, 2015
It’s Time To Remove The Prohibition To Export Crude Oil


February 26, 2015
Texas Legislature Gets Down To Business


February 19, 2015
Green Activists Target, Misunderstand Flaring


February 12, 2015
Production Gain, Price Decline Lead To News Stories


February 5, 2015
Crude Oil Prices Continue To Drop Amid Supply Glut


January 30, 2015
Congress Gets Busy On Oil, Gas Issues


January 23, 2015
President’s Energy Talk Differs From His Actions


January 16, 2015
EPA Announces It Will Issue Commonsense Regulations Soon


January 9, 2015
The Debate About Fracturing Must Be Based On Sound Science


January 2, 2015
Decline In Oil Price Tops Industry News In 2014


December 26, 2014
Washington Should Repeal The Ban On Crude Oil Exports


December 18, 2014
New York Commission Will Recommend Banning Fracturing


December 11, 2014
Peaks And Valleys Nothing New For Oil Industry


December 5, 2014
EIA Says Proved Reserves Increased in 2013


November 26, 2014
Lower Gasoline Prices Giving Americans A Happier Holiday


November 20, 2014
Busy Week for Oil and Gas News


November 13, 2014
City of Denton Passes Fracing Ban


November 6, 2014
U.S. Production Continues to Rise


October 30, 2014
U.S. Shale Oil Production- The New Oil Order


October 23, 2014
Job Creation In Texas ‘A Most Amazing Economic Phenomenon’


October 16, 2014
Denton Fracing Vote Set for November 4


October 10, 2014
Royalty Payments For Many Seem Like Blessing From Heaven


October 3, 2014
Shale Revolution Helps Crude Prices Hold Steady


October 3, 2014
Shale Revolution Helps Crude Prices Hold Steady


September 26, 2014
Three Independent Drilling Studies Released


September 19, 2014
Senate Examines Tax Reform Again


September 12, 2014
Energy Taxes Create Economic Burden


September 5, 2014
Border Pipeline Security A Major Concern For RRC


August 29, 2014
Operators Flare Gas to Ensure Wellsite Safety


August 22, 2014
RRC Proposes Changes to Disposal Well Rules


August 15, 2014
Fracing Turns Tide of Domestic Energy Production


August 8, 2014
Communities Nationwide Consider Fracing Ban


July 31, 2014
Tintera Delivers White Paper on Water Usage


July 24, 2014
U.S. Shale Development Makes Mideast Crisis Less Painful


July 18, 2014
Federal Regulations Continue to Grow in Number


July 10, 2014
EPA Cannot Produce Climate Change Study Used in Regulations


July 3, 2014
Denton City Council Considers Ban on Fracing


June 26, 2014
U.S. Supreme Court Issues Far-Reaching Decision on Air Emissions


June 19, 2014
Reporter Omits Facts; Discredits Statements


June 14, 2014
Crude Oil Prices Increase on Futures Market


June 6, 2014
Obama Administration Releases New Air Emission Regulations


May 29, 2014
Dallas County Lawsuit Decision Concerns Industry Execs


May 22, 2014
Increase in U.S. Oil Production Creates New Issues for Refiners


May 15, 2014
Texas Faces High Stakes Investigation Into Earthquakes


May 8, 2014
Federal Study Predicts Rising Temperatures and More Catastrophes


May 1, 2014
Consumers Reveal Concern over Gasoline Prices in Energy Survey


April 24, 2013
Fossil Fuel Debate Ongoing; Federal Lands Closed for Business


April 18, 2014
Railroad Commission Run-Off Election Gets Hot


April 11, 2014
Increases in Petroleum Production Have Positive Economic Impact


April 3, 2014
Federal Agencies Issue Major Regulatory Changes


March 26, 2014
Hydraulic Fracturing Becomes Controversial


March 20, 2014
Property Rights Attacked by Environmentalists


March 13, 2014
Americans’ Interest in Climate Change Waning


March 6, 2014
Russia Uses Natural Gas to its Advantage


February 27, 2014
Environmental Extremists Give Oil, Gas Industry ‘Bad Rap’


February 20, 2014
RRC Candidates Christian, Sitton Want Less Regulation


February 13, 2014
Two Candidates For Railroad Commission Want Smaller Government


February 6, 2014
U.S. Ready to Become Global Energy Powerhouse


January 30, 2014
Natural Gas Storage Declines, Consumption Increases


January 24, 2014
AP Reporter Again Tells Incomplete Story


January 16, 2014
Environmental Groups, Obama Administration Seek More Regulation


January 9, 2014
Increases in Oil and Gas Production have Positive Economic Impact


January 2, 2014
IG Report Attempts to Vindicate EPA’s Bullying Tactics


December 26, 2013
Natural Gas Sets Draw Down Record


December 19, 2013
U.S. Production Makes Huge Gains; Mexico Allows Foreign Exploration


December 12, 2013
BP Still Paying for Deepwater Horizon Blowout


December 5, 2013
Texas Oil and Gas Industry Continues to Set Records


November 27, 2013
Temperature Rises 0.1 Degree Since 2007, Casting Doubts on UN Study


November 21, 2013
House Passes Bill Regarding Regulation of Oil and Gas Industry


November 14, 2013
Obama Continues to Mislead Public


November 7, 2013
Lawsuit Alleges Oil Price Manipulation


October 30, 2013
New Energy Secretary Has Energy Background


October 24, 2013
EPA Reports Historical Decline in Carbon Dioxide Emissions


October 17, 2013
Bureaucrats, Environmental Groups Engage in ‘Sue and Settle’ Tactics


October 3, 2013
U.S. Closes In on Becoming Largest Producer of Oil, Gas


September 26, 2013
New EPA Emissions Rule May Kill Coal


September 19, 2013
UT Study Dispels EPA Scare Tactics Regarding Hydraulic Fracing


September 12, 2013
Uncertainy Regarding Syria Rises as DOE Approves Natural Gas Exports


September 4, 2013
Water Issues Remain ‘Hot’ as Industry Adapts to Ongoing Drought