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Email Notifications — When news breaks that’s compelling, we get it to you as fast as we can, into your email inbox.
You’ll also find us on Twitter and Facebook.
Mobile Phone Friendly — We have just redesigned our news delivery systems to make the most out of iPhones, Androids and tablets. You’ll find the latest news in Texas energy at your fingertips.
Buzz — As we’ve been doing for going on 10 years, we report not only the latest news from the Texas energy industry, but we specialize in the behind-the-scenes activities by state lawmakers, energy innovators, movers and shakers, industry professionals and how national and world events shape Texas energy.
Real News — You might not like to hear bad news, but the energy industry isn’t all rosy. Good news or bad news, The Texas Energy Report brings it on. You can get the upbeat news on oil and gas elsewhere, but our thorough reporting brings you warnings, political complications, critical overviews and opposing viewpoints that are essential to being informed.
NewsClips — A daily rundown of the hottest news worldwide as it affects Texas energy — politically, economically and culturally, from the same person who gives you the renowned Quorum Report news clips.
Perhaps the most interesting and comprehensive energy news aggregation on the net, delivered daily into your email inbox with links ready to click for more information.
Plus a hand selected small highlight of each news story to keep you informed even if you aren’t all that interested.
Unbiased Reporting — You can spend hours wading through opinions and speculation about energy events and their effects on the industries by checking a number of websites (or even our NewsClips), or you can go to The Texas Energy Report Buzz for facts plainly stated, clearly expressed and with only the required explanation for those keeping an eye on the industry from outside.
The Archives — What was happening in Texas energy news on April 3rd, 2017 or last November 12th?
Simply use the search engine in our Archives department for NewsClips and Buzz from those or any other available dates.
Whether the links are still active or not, you still have a summary of the news story and an idea where to begin Googling.
Analysis — Keeping an eye on the trends that help shape Texas energy politics and business, from polls and research milestones to local viewpoints and commentary from state politicians, Alex Mills, Railroad Commissioners and business people.
Daily Closing Top Texas Energy Stocks — Your daily after-market-close look at the leading state energy stocks, including gas, oil and electricity providers.
Now, What Is the Cost? — For $345 per year (just as it’s been these past years) you’ll receive one subscription to the exclusive reports and features listed above, with a number of news stories not available elsewhere.
As they say on TV, for less than a dollar a day you can keep up with the fast-moving and innovative events in oil, gas, fracking, electricity, new energy milestones in your email box, on your mobile, your computer, your tablet, and on Twitter and on Facebook.
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Won’t you please join us as Texas energy politics and markets go through the biggest upheavals in their history — right now, right there in your email, on your iPhone or Android or computer or tablet?