Alternative Fuels

Safety, Licensing, Training, and Certification

Alternative Fuels Events

  1. May 17

    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 Event Name Enter - 3.3 Appliance Conversion  
    • For Exam Enter - None
    • Class Date - Enter the class date as listed on this posting (You may need to scroll to the right to see date.)  The date field on the registration request page MUST be entered .
    • Class Location Enter- Austin 
    • There will NOT be exams administered at the end of the course. If this is an on time continuing education class there is no fee, if this is a late continuing education there is a class fee.

    All individuals must be registered 7 days in advanced of this class. 

    All events are subject to change please check this event page at least 24 hours before the day of the event.  

    May 17, 2021 - 8:00 AM
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Alternative Fuels ANNOUNCEMENTS

RRC Adopts Revised and New CNG and LNG License and License Renewal and Container Manufacturer Registration Forms

March 09, 2021

The Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) has adopted revisions to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Form 1001, Application for CNG License or License Renewal and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Form 2001, Application for LNG License or License Renewal. The form revisions are related to recent amendments to Texas Natural Resources Code Chapter 116 and 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC) Chapters 13 and 14, respectively, that went into effect February 15, 2021. The revised form assists applicants with the initial licensing process and assists current licensees with the renewal process.

In addition, the RRC has adopted new forms for manufacturers of CNG and LNG containers to register with the agency. The form was created as a result of recent amendments to Texas Natural Resources Code Chapter 116, which require container manufacturers to register with the RRC instead of being licensed. Recent changes to 16 TAC Chapters 13 and 14, that went into effect February 15, 2021, included the adoption of CNG Form 1001M, Application for CNG Container Manufacturer Registration and LNG Form 2001M, Application for LNG Container Manufacturer Registration. The new forms allow applicants for initial registration to complete the process with guidance and assists current manufacturer registrants with the renewal process.

The revised and new forms are available for download from the RRC website at

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Alternative Fuels

Printable Overview

What we do

The Oversight and Safety Division has responsibility for Alternative Fuels, Gas Services and Pipeline Safety. This reorganization in January 2015 will bring even greater efficiency and consistency to these operations within the Commission, allowing the agency to better serve the state.

The Railroad Commission of Texas (Commission) is the state agency responsible for regulating the safe storage, transportation and use of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG, Propane, Butane), Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), pursuant to the Texas Natural Resources Code (TNRC). The Commission has also adopted regulations for each fuel type under the Texas Administrative Code, Title 16, Chapters 9, 13, and 14, respectively.

The Alternative Fuels Safety (AFS) department enforces both the state statutes and the Commission’s regulations on these fuels, by conducting safety evaluations of stationary facilities and mobile equipment, licensing companies engaged in alternative fuel activities, and providing training to individuals working in the alternative fuels industries.