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NSWA Asks SEC to Extend Comment Period On Climate Change Disclosure Rule

On April 26th, along with 36 oil and gas organizations, NSWA sent a letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) asking the agency to extend the comment period on its pending rule. ...

Successful 2022 DC Fly-In

In a continued effort to build relationships, NSWA members gathered again for the NSWA DC Fly-In from April 4-6, 2022. This year, attendees interacted with many key congressional leaders to discuss issues of importance to NSWA. ...

NSWA Signs Onto Industry Letter To The White House

On March 18th , 10 national, regional, and state oil and gas associations – including NSWA and IPAA –sent a letter to the President that was three pronged: 1) highlighted ... Read More ...

National Stripper Well Association Welcomes New Board Member – Cameron McCasland

The National Stripper Well Association (NSWA) is pleased to welcome our newest board member, Cameron McCasland, of Mack Energy Company, LLC. “NSWA has a long-standing relationship with Mack Energy and ... Read More ...

2021 Producer’s Roundtable

Everyone loved our Producer’s Roundtables so we continued them throughout 2021. We started discussing current legislative and tax issues along with royalty issues and more. These are key industry issues that ... Read More ...

EPA Proposed Methane Rule for Oil & Natural Gas

The National Stripper Well Association (NSWA) Chairman Dick Schremmer issued the following statement. ...

CONTINUED NSWA MEMBERSHIP ENGAGEMENT NEEDED: Percentage Depletion has been kept out of the budget bill until now because of small operator voices like yours.

Chris Kearney | NSWA Vice President, Governmental Affairs Ahead of the President’s overseas trip to the UN meeting on climate change – known as COP-26 – the week of November ... Read More ...

Board Spotlight: Dewey Bartlett

Dewey Bartlett NSWA President Keener Oil & Gas Company | Tulsa, OK How long have you been a member of NSWA? I have served on the NSWA Board of Directors ... Read More ...

HELP NEEDED: DC Fight Over Trillions In Spending Continues – Oil and Gas in the Crosshairs

Chris Kearney | NSWA Vice President, Governmental Affairs Just prior to heading out on a two week recess in late September, House Democratic leaders again delayed a planned vote on ... Read More ...

Letters to Congress

September 8, 2021 As the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee consider possible tax changes in connection with budget reconciliation law, NSWA is working to retain the percentage depletion allowance. Thirty-eight organizations, including ... Read More ...

Congressional Action on Percentage Depletion and a Methane Tax.

Chris Kearney | NSWA Vice President, Governmental Affairs Overview This week, the House is scheduled to vote on the Senate-passed bipartisan infrastructure bill (background information below). As of this writing, ... Read More ...

Recent Congressional Action on Percentage Depletion and a Methane Tax

Chris Kearney | NSWA Vice President, Governmental Affairs Overview This week, the House is scheduled to vote on the Senate-passed bipartisan infrastructure bill (background information below). As of this writing, ... Read More ...