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Ryan Sitton
is one of the world’s leading experts in energy markets, production and regulation.

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  • Railroad Commissioner Sitton Plays by Own Rules

    By Jennifer Hiller San Antonio Express-News AUSTIN — When Ryan Sitton was elected to the Railroad Commission of Texas in 2014, he was a political newcomer but hardly new to the world of oil and gas. Sitton is a mechanical engineer and the first engineer to serve as a railroad commissioner in decades. The agency,

  • Join Me at the Eagle Ford Consortium

    When

    Wednesday, August 16, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM CDT
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    Where

    Congressman Solomon P. Ortiz International Center
    402 Harbor Drive
    Corpus Christi, TX 78401


    Driving Directions

    Contact

    Mario Neira
    Eagle Ford Consortium, Inc.
    210-458-2934
    mario.neira@utsa.edu

    Eagle Ford Consortium – Regional Quarterly Update

    Plan to attend the Eagle Ford Consortium’s Regional Quarterly update. Hosted by the Port of Corpus Christi at the Ortiz International Center. This is a forum for information-sharing among industry representatives and partners in area such as education, workforce, housing, local government and the non-profit sector.

    Register Here! 

  • How Texas Republicans Are Fighting to Save the Planet

    By Rebecca Harrington Business Insider DALLAS — It was the afternoon before Earth Day in April when an imposing Republican stood up and declared war. John Walsh III had spent the past half-hour sitting in the front row listening to former Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark, who happens to be a retired four-star general, try

  • Smart IT Solution Reaps Benefits for Agency, Industry

    A new well log electronic filing system has reduced the burden on operators and saved both the industry and Railroad Commission thousands of dollars and man-hours in its first six months of use. The system was created as a solution to the cumbersome and outdated print system previously used, which required operators to print hundreds

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