State Representative Brooks Landgraf helps bring the Texas House of Representatives' Energy Resources Committee to West Texas. Representative Landgraf serves on the House Energy Resources Committee, which will be meeting in the Permian Basin on Wednesday.
WHO: Texas House of Representatives' Energy Resources Committee
WHAT: Interim Committee Hearing
WHEN: February 3, 2016
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
WHERE: Petroleum Museum
1500 W. I-20
The House Energy Resources Committee is set to discuss the following items:
1) Decline of oil and gas pricing
2) Oilfield theft
3) Oversight and monitoring of agencies and programs
AUSTIN --- State Representative Brooks Landgraf officially filed for re-election on Saturday, the first day possible to file the necessary paperwork.
“With encouragement from the constituents we serve and after prayerful reflection, Shelby and I decided that I will seek re-election to continue to be your state representative,” Representative Landgraf said. “I’m humbled to have the privilege to serve my hometown and I stand asking for the honor to continue to serve you.”
Landgraf had a very successful first legislative session, which produced an unprecedented $4 billion tax relief package, increased border security, protected the unborn and expanded Second Amendment rights. Governor Greg Abbott called Landgraf’s hard work part of “the most conservative legislative session that we’ve ever seen” in Texas.
“I was born in Odessa, my wife and I raise our family here, and I will never stop fighting for West Texas and our conservative principles,” Representative Landgraf said.