Texas Alliance of Energy Producers Names Jason Modglin as New President

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New President Jason Modglin explains what makes the Alliance and its members special. Click here to view video.

Boosting its advocacy powers during these historic times, the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers (the Alliance) has hired Jason Modglin as its new President. He brings a wealth of regulatory and legislative experience to the position. For the past decade, Modglin has been at the forefront of the most pressing oil and natural gas policy issues facing Texas and the nation.

“The Alliance membership forms the backbone of the Texas oil and gas industry, bringing a dynamism and entrepreneurial spirit that fuels not just our engines but also our quality of life and economy,” said Modglin. “I am honored to support their resiliency by joining the Alliance during this critical time and expanding our proven legislative and regulatory track record, thanks to our staff, board, and past leadership.”

For additional media coverage about President Jason Modglin, click links below:

S&P Platts interview with Jason Modglin

Texas Insider interview with Jason Modglin and Karr Ingham

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We’re Here to Serve YOU – Our Members

The Texas Alliance of Energy Producers has a rich and commanding history of fighting for the independent oil and gas industry. 

The Texas Alliance became a statewide organization in 2000 with the merger of two of the oldest oil and gas associations in the nation – the North Texas Oil & Gas Association and the West Central Texas Oil & Gas Association.

With more than 2,600 members, the Texas Alliance is the largest statewide association in the country serving independent energy producers and associated industries. Through our efforts in Washington, DC and Austin, the Texas Alliance is focused on a better business climate for you.

The Texas Alliance has a staff consisting of a highly experienced senior staff and supporting consultants serving our membership. Offices are located in Austin and Wichita Falls.

So, whether it is fighting with bureaucrats, providing educational and business opportunities, or offering cost saving insurance programs, the Texas Alliance Means Business!

Benefits of Membership

With more than 2,600 members, the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers is the largest statewide oil and gas association serving independent energy producers and associated industries. Members of the Texas Alliance face many issues, and we have been able to assemble a first-class team of professionals in government relations, public affairs, and communications. The Texas Alliance continues to work to improve the business climate of our membership. 

Founded in 1930, the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers continues to be a leading voice for the oil and gas industry in Texas. With our many benefits, the Alliance can assist you and your company during this difficult time. Count on us…we mean business!

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Experienced Government Relations Team

The Texas Alliance has the most experienced government relations team in the country. Alliance President Jason Modglin has built a team of professionals that will work for our members in all regulatory and legislative arenas.

The Alliance has set up a new help-line to assist members with compliance questions or other regulatory issues. While we do not provide legal advice, the Alliance has the expertise that no other organization can provide. Questions? The Alliance can help. Regulatory-Hotline@texasalliance.org

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