Changes That Matter In The Texas Conservation Plan Re-Write

Last week, the Texas Comptroller’s office submitted a new Dunes Sagebrush Lizard (DSL) conservation plan to US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). If approved, the new plan will replace the existing Texas Conservation Plan (TCP). Via open records request, we obtained copies of the new plan and supporting documentation.

Although we are not lawyers or environmental experts, we have reviewed the new plan’s 171 pages to identify the following changes that matter for oilfield market participants.

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feature image credit: Shinnery Oak Dunes Courtesy Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts