Texas - HB591 - 2023

Relating to an exemption from the severance tax for gas produced from certain wells that is consumed near the well and would otherwise have been lawfully vented or flared.

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Natural Gas Development

Added On: 12-26-2022
Updated On: 06-02-2023
Status: Enacted
Primary Sponsors: Cesar Blanco (Democratic), Giovanni Capriglione (Republican), Ryan Guillen (Democratic), Eddie Morales (Democratic), Richard Raymond (Democratic)





Actions (58)

  • 11-14-2022 - Filed
  • 02-23-2023 - Referred to Ways & Means
  • 02-23-2023 - Read first time
  • 03-06-2023 - Left pending in committee
  • 03-06-2023 - Testimony taken/registration(s) recorded in committee
  • 03-06-2023 - Considered in public hearing
  • 03-06-2023 - Committee substitute considered in committee
  • 03-06-2023 - Scheduled for public hearing on . . .
  • 03-13-2023 - Reported favorably as substituted
  • 03-13-2023 - Considered in public hearing
  • 03-13-2023 - Committee substitute considered in committee
  • 03-23-2023 - Committee report distributed
  • 03-23-2023 - Committee report sent to Calendars
  • 03-23-2023 - Comte report filed with Committee Coordinator
  • 04-10-2023 - Considered in Calendars
  • 04-13-2023 - Passed to engrossment
  • 04-13-2023 - Read 2nd time
  • 04-13-2023 - Placed on General State Calendar
  • 04-14-2023 - Reported engrossed
  • 04-14-2023 - Record vote RV#206
  • 04-14-2023 - Read 3rd time
  • 04-14-2023 - Passed
  • 04-17-2023 - Received from the House
  • 04-18-2023 - Referred to Finance
  • 04-18-2023 - Read first time
  • 05-01-2023 - Testimony taken in committee
  • 05-01-2023 - Left pending in committee
  • 05-01-2023 - Considered in public hearing
  • 05-01-2023 - Scheduled for public hearing on . . .
  • 05-03-2023 - Vote taken in committee
  • 05-03-2023 - Considered in public hearing
  • 05-05-2023 - Committee report printed and distributed
  • 05-05-2023 - Reported favorably as substituted
  • 05-09-2023 - Placed on intent calendar
  • 05-10-2023 - Senate Amendments distributed
  • 05-10-2023 - Senate Amendments Analysis distributed
  • 05-10-2023 - Read 3rd time
  • 05-10-2023 - Passed
  • 05-10-2023 - Record vote
  • 05-10-2023 - Vote recorded in Journal
  • 05-10-2023 - Senate passage as amended reported
  • 05-10-2023 - Record vote
  • 05-10-2023 - Three day rule suspended
  • 05-10-2023 - Read 2nd time & passed to 3rd reading
  • 05-10-2023 - Vote recorded in Journal
  • 05-10-2023 - Rules suspended-Regular order of business
  • 05-10-2023 - Co-sponsor authorized
  • 05-15-2023 - House concurs in Senate amendment(s)-reported
  • 05-15-2023 - Text of Senate Amendment(s)
  • 05-15-2023 - Statement(s) of vote recorded in Journal
  • 05-15-2023 - House concurs in Senate amendment(s)
  • 05-15-2023 - Record vote RV#1704
  • 05-16-2023 - Reported enrolled
  • 05-17-2023 - Signed in the Senate
  • 05-17-2023 - Signed in the House
  • 05-18-2023 - Sent to the Governor
  • 06-02-2023 - Signed by the Governor
  • 06-02-2023 - Effective on 9/1/23

Votes (4)

DateMotion (click for details)ChamberCommitteeYes
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No
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Other
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Passed
04-14-2023Read 3rd time RV#206House14118yes
05-10-2023Three day rule suspendedSenate2641yes
05-10-2023Read 3rd timeSenate2641yes
05-15-2023House concurs in Senate amendment(s) RV#1704House14207yes

Sponsors (6)