As a member of the West Texas Energy Consortium; you are connected with some of the strongest energy, manufacturing and healthcare industry leaders in the region. Through regular networking opportunities, forums, meetings and conferences. It also gives you access to our mailing list and other members. We facilitate public private partnerships and provide administrative oversight to projects, research and events; assisting you in connecting with industry, community, business, education, and workforce partners. Join now by visiting our Get Involved page or Contact Us today! Interested in a particular topic? Visit the pages below for more information by clicking on the subject titles.
Resources in this section include economic development entities from around the region, community development partners, and a presentation report on rapid growth in the energy sector and the effect on West Texas communities.
Sudden increases in traffic, population, etc. that accompany growth in the energy sector also pose challenges to maintaining the health and public safety of residents. Resources in this section cover: hazardous materials, hospital safety, emergency management, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and more.
The impact of rapid energy growth on the housing market continues to evolve. Check out links to realtors/apartment associations, visit our Regional Map to find additional housing information on particular cities of interest, and more.
The Consortium has played an active role in establishing and facilitating the Permian Road Safety Coalition (PRSC), an industry sector partnership that addresses transportation and safety challenges impacting the oil and gas industry and affected communities. Learn more about PRSC or explore resources in this section covering: roads, rail, pipelines, and the movement of crude oil, among other things.
One of our region’s scarcest, and most valued natural resources, is on the minds of citizens, communities, and businesses. Information in this section covers: water use, Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) interactive maps, analysis reports, and more.