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(a) The governmental agency may promulgate and adopt rules:
(1) to provide for the method of measuring oil and gas produced from any well in this state and to provide for the type of measuring devices to be used in obtaining the measurement;
(2) for the inspection of all oil properties to ascertain that the prescribed measuring devices are installed, are in accurate working condition, and are being accurately used;
(3) to provide that no oil or gas is being permitted to leave the possession of the producer without first being accurately measured and an accurate record of production made and preserved;
(4) to provide that no oil is being produced from a well producing both oil and gas without burning a flare or flares if the installation and use of a flare or flares is required by the terms of this chapter;
(5) for the keeping of complete and accurate records correctly reflecting the amount of oil or gas or both produced from each oil property each calendar day and the disposition and method of disposition of all the oil and gas produced, and for the monthly filing with the governmental agency of monthly reports accurately reflecting the true facts with respect to all such matters; and
(6) for the inspection and examination by the governmental agency, or its agents, servants, and employees, of all oil properties and the records provided for in this chapter.
(b) The rules shall be adopted in the manner provided by law for adoption of rules of the commission.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Natural Resources Code - NAT RES § 88.011. Adoption of Rules - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/natural-resources-code/nat-res-sect-88-011/
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