What's New at the Railroad Commission of Texas

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  • Texas Drilling Permits and Completions Statistics for November 2017 - The Railroad Commission of Texas issued a total of 1,187 original drilling permits in November 2017 compared to 673 in November 2016. Read More...

  • RRC Assesses More than $11 Million in Fines in 2017 - The Railroad Commission of Texas assessed $11,077,280 in fines on 3,567 enforcement dockets involving the state’s oil and gas industry and intrastate pipeline safety for calendar year 2017. Read More...

  • EPA Commends RRC Underground Injection Control Program - RRC Completes Review of Aquifer Exemption Program - The Railroad Commission of Texas has been commended in a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency evaluation for its work protecting underground sources of drinking water. The recognition comes in EPA’s Fiscal Year 2016 End-of-Year evaluation of the RRC’s Underground Injection Control Read More...

  • Texas Oil and Gas Production Statistics for September 2017 - Production for September 2017 as reported to the Railroad Commission of Texas is 69,238,482 barrels of crude oil and 519,180,463 mcf (thousand cubic feet) of total gas from oil and gas wells. Read More...

Jobs

  • Administrative Assistant II - The Railroad Commission of Texas, recognized as a worldwide leader in the regulation of oil and gas exploration, seeks an advanced level Administrative Assistant for the Abilene District Office, Field Operations Section of the Oil and Gas Division. Read More...

  • Alternative Fuels Safety Inspector - The Railroad Commission of Texas seeks an Alternative Fuels Safety Inspector to perform on-site inspections of liquefied petroleum gas (LP-Gas/Propane), compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) installations and equipment to verify compliance with state statutes, safety rules, national standards, and federal code requirements. Read More...

  • DATA ARCHITECT I - The Railroad Commission of Texas seeks a Data Architect to evaluate, plan, and recommend data solutions in support of executing on data migration from the existing RRC Mainframe O&G System using IMS databases to Oracle Databases used in support of cloud based replacement solutions to the RRC Mainframe O&G System programs. Read More...

  • Geoscientist I - The Railroad Commission of Texas, recognized as a worldwide leader in the regulation of oil and gas exploration and production, seeks a Geoscientist to provide advanced geological work in the Groundwater Advisory Unit in the Oil and Gas Division. Read More...

Last Updated: 12/15/2017 10:26:24 AM