AUSTIN — Texas has been working to cut gas jobs in the wake of a recent spike in refinery accidents.
The American Conservative has put together a report to support that argument.
The Texas Tribune reports on the Texas Fuel Cycle, a program to encourage energy efficiency, renewable energy and a diversified energy portfolio.
It is an attempt to increase oil and gas production and reduce the amount of fuel that is used in transportation and heating.
The program is designed to create an economic boon for the state, but also to encourage other states to adopt its policies.
The Texas Tribune reported the program is currently working to reduce the number of refinery workers by half.
The state’s Energy Department is currently studying a proposal that would make it easier for oil and natural gas companies to obtain an energy certificate, which would make them eligible to receive federal incentives.
The plan would also expand the number and scope of credits that could be awarded to companies to help with their environmental and economic development.
The study is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
Texas is in the midst of an oil boom, which has helped boost the state’s economy.
But the number, amount and type of oil refineries are changing.
It has led to the loss of thousands of jobs and has caused the state to lose nearly $10 billion in annual revenue.
The economy is also struggling to keep up with demand.