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COMMITTEE:    Energy Resources 

TIME & DATE:  2:30 PM or upon final adjourn./recess or bill referral if permission granted
Monday, April 3, 2023 

PLACE:       E2.014 
CHAIR:       Rep. Craig Goldman 


HB 1318        Darby
Relating to the regulation of brine mining wells.

HB 2140        Cunningham                                            
Relating to the enforcement by the attorney general of rules adopted by the Railroad Commission of Texas requiring gas supply chain facility operators to implement measures to prepare to operate during a weather emergency.

HB 2262        Darby                                                 
Relating to gas utility alternative gas expenses and infrastructure investments.

HB 2847        Darby                                                 
Relating to the jurisdiction of the Railroad Commission of Texas over and a study of the upstream production, pipeline transportation, and storage of hydrogen.

HB 3244        Goldman                                               
Relating to the operation of certain infrastructure during a weather emergency; authorizing administrative penalties.

HB 4046        Guillen                                               
Relating to the reduction and plugging of orphaned oil and gas wells; providing for the imposition of a fee and an exemption from certain taxes and fees.

HB 4047        Guillen                                               
Relating to a study on uranium deposits in this state.

HB 4117        Turner                                                
Relating to the adequacy of service provided by gas utilities.

HB 4118        Turner                                                
Relating to service provided to residential customers by certain gas utilities during weather emergencies; authorizing a civil penalty.

HB 4225        Zwiener                                               
Relating to a study conducted by the Railroad Commission of Texas to determine the net reduction in the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere resulting from the use of carbon capture, utilization, and storage technology.

HB 4790        Anchía                                                
Relating to the provision of natural gas by and rates charged by certain gas utilities.

HB 4984        Anchía                                                
Relating to reporting by operators of certain gas supply chain facilities and gas pipeline facilities on a failure to perform a contractual obligation due to a weather emergency.

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