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YES ON CA-2

Vote Yes on CA-2 to bring fairness and predictability to Louisiana.

  • Industry and assessors agree on CA-2 as the right way forward to settle decades of dispute.
  • There are three ways to assess property values, but Louisiana Assessors have access legally to only two when it comes to oil and gas wells.
  • The income approach should be available to assessors for income producing properties. It's common sense.
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Louisiana Supreme Court rules on LOGA supported tax case

On October 20, 2020, the Louisiana Supreme Court issued a major decision in an ad valorem (property) tax case involving oil and gas wells, and a big victory for independent oil and gas operator, D90 Energy, LLC. D90 Energy, LLC v. Jefferson Davis Parish Board of Review, 2020-C-200 (La. 10/20/2020). LOGA supported D90 Energy’s effort by filing an amicus curiae brief in the Supreme Court both at the writ application stage and on the merits.

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Constitutional Amendment 2 would bring fairness, predictability to oil and gas well assessment process

A yes on Constitutional Amendment 2 would bring fairness and accuracy to the assessment process for Louisiana’s oil and gas wells, assessor and industry representatives agree.

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With Louisiana’s Energy Jobs Threatened by Lawsuits,  Leading Trade Associations Take Action to Keep Workers Employed

New Orleans, LA (September 17, 2020) – Louisiana’s leading trade associations took legal action this week to help protect workers in the state’s energy sector who risk losing their livelihoods due to predatory coastal lawsuits. The associations filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, supporting the defendants’ appeal to keep these lawsuits – which dispute decades of federally authorized oil and gas operations – in federal court. Signatories of the amicus include the organizations that represent the state’s largest employers, including the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (LABI), the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association (LOGA), the Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association (LMOGA) and the Louisiana Chemical Association (LCA).

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LOGPAC endorses Bo Duhé for District Attorney, 16th Judicial District Court

The Louisiana Oil and Gas Political Action Committee (LOGPAC), the political arm of the Louisiana Oil & Gas Association, issued their endorsement of District Attorney Bo Duhé in the race for District Attorney in the 16th Judicial District Court.

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