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Texas Railroad Commission Chairman 
Christi Craddick To Speak April 21

Chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission Christi Craddick will speak at the April 21 Star Republican Women general meeting at Quail Point Lodge. 


Since her tenure on the Commission began November 2012, Craddick has pushed to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of the energy industry that has driven the state’s unparalleled economic success in recent years.  She advocates “sensible regulations, careful listening and plain talk.”  

One of Craddick’s  top priorities is to educate the public about the oil and gas industry and its impact in Texas.  She has fought against Washington’s one-size-fits-all environmental policies that “would kill jobs and stifle energy production growth.”  At the same time, she has advocated for recycling in the oilfields, helping to drive the percentage of reclaimed water upwards, especially during the drought the state has been suffering.

 Craddick has initiated several projects to modernize the Railroad Commission, including an information technology overhaul that will improve the Geographic Information System, increase public access to the agency’s data and speed inspections and permitting times.

A native of Midland, Christi earned both her Bachelor’s Degree as a Plan II graduate and her Doctorate of Jurisprudence from The University of Texas at Austin.  During her career as an attorney, she specialized in oil and gas, water, tax issues, electric deregulation and environmental policy.  

Christi resides in Austin with her daughter.  She serves her community as an active member of various organizations, including Dell Children’s Medical Center Foundation.  She is also on the Board of Directors of the new Hill Country Science Mill in Johnson City.  


SRW GENERAL MEETING:  TUESDAY, APRIL 21.  LIGHT LUNCH AT 12:30 P.M.  MEETING COMMENCES AT 1:00 P.M.