RRC Accepting Comments on New and Amended Rules Related to the Implementation of Senate Bill 3 and House Bill 3648September 14, 2021
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In an effort to ensure the safety of the public and Railroad Commission staff during the COVID-19 concerns, you may also submit filings via U.S. Postal Service, FedEx or United Parcel Service.
This 4-hour course covers the essentials of converting, installing, and venting of propane gas appliances. It is accepted as CE credit for LPG Appliance Service and Installation Technicians, Service and Installation Technicians, Category D General Installers and Repairmen, and Category E Retail Wholesale Dealers.
This course is intended for current certification holders looking to complete ON-TIME continuing education credit. Section 9.52 of the LP-Gas Safety Rules lists each course given and the certification level for which continuing education credit is given.
- ALL student information fields MUST be completed in order to register for this class.
- For ‘Course’ select: Online Continuing Education – LP Gas Residential Appliance Service and Installation.
- The Date field on the registration request page MUST be completed.
- A Unique ID number will be sent via confirmation email. This MUST be entered after clicking the provided GoToMeeting link.
There will NOT be exams administered at the end of the course. There is NO FEE for this class.
Number of attendees for the course is LIMITED. All individuals must be registered 48 HOURS prior to the day of the event.
It is your responsibility as the student to make sure that your pc/mobile device is able to connect to the webinar. In the event of questions, please click https://support.goto.com/meeting.
The RRC Training Center will NOT be able to help with webinar issues
September 17, 2021 - 9:00 AM
RRC Commissioners Assess More Than $987,000 in Penalties
AUSTIN – The Railroad Commission of Texas assessed $987,232 in fines involving 192 enforcement dockets against operators and businesses at the Commissioners’ Conference on Tuesday. The Commission has primary oversight and enforcement of the state’s oil and gas industry and intrastate pipeline safety.
Ten dockets involved $588,574 in penalties after operators failed to appear at Commission enforcement proceedings. Master Default Orders can be found on the RRC Hearings Division webpage.
Operators were ordered to come into compliance with Commission rules and assessed $42,308 for oil and gas, LP-Gas or pipeline safety rule violations. Pipeline operators and excavators were assessed $356,350 for violations of the Commission’s Pipeline Damage Prevention rules. Master Agreed Orders can be found on the RRC General Counsel webpage.
In the absence of timely motions for rehearing, decisions are final as stated in these final orders.
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