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Session 2020 is underway.

We're scrutinizing every bill and amendment that has the possibility to help or hinder the state's oil and gas industry, and now you can too!

Using LOGA's Legislation Tracker, you can:

  • Follow legislation that impacts you
  • See which authors are writing what bills
  • Engage in the process and tell your representatives to support the oil and gas industry
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Recent News

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LOGA and LMOGA Applaud the Advancement of SCR 7

The Louisiana Oil & Gas Association (LOGA) and the Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association (LMOGA) today issued the following statements applauding the advancement of Senate Concurrent Resolution 7:

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LOGA and LMOGA applaud senators for opposition to SB 490

“We applaud Senators Bret Allain, Mike Fesi, Bob Hensgens, and Sharon Hewitt for their bold leadership in opposing SB 490. This bill would have diverted funds away from Louisiana coastal restoration, incentivized more frivolous litigation targeting the energy industry, and allowed for the wholesale out-sourcing of state coastal policy and regulatory enforcement authority to private attorneys at the expense of Louisiana’s integrated coastal resources program.”

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Setting the Record Straight: Fact checking SB 359 coverage in The Advocate

The Advocate published an article rife with misleading or outright false information regarding the coastal lawsuits and SB 359.

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More than 20 Organizations Across Louisiana Support Lawsuit Reform Legislation

21 parish, regional and state organizations sent a letter of support for SB 359, authored by Sen. Bob Hensgens (R-Abbeville), to the Senate Natural Resources Committee. The bill, which is scheduled to be considered during Thursday’s committee hearing, keeps the state’s focus on enforcing state permits and ensures that 100% of any funds recovered under the enforcement guidelines of Louisiana’s State and Local Coastal Resources Management Act (SLCRMA) are spent directly on coastal restoration and hurricane protection, as the Louisiana Legislature originally intended.

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