THE QUALIFIED DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
A PROVEN LEADER WITH INTEGRITY
Bill Burch’s career experience in the energy industry has been marked by notable achievements and a commitment to responsible practices.
His work at Deepwater Horizon Spill, where he played a crucial role in managing and mitigating the environmental impact of oil spills, showcases his expertise in crisis management, conservation and environmental restoration.
Through his efforts, he effectively coordinated response efforts and minimized the damage caused by this major incident, and many others. His firsthand experience has given him a deep understanding of the importance of responsible energy practices and the need for strong regulations to protect our environment.
The Experience To Understand the Role Of The RRC In Texas’ Evolving Energy Landscape
In addition to his work at Deepwater Horizon Spill, Bill’s involvement in fighting oil fires in the Middle East further demonstrates his dedication to addressing the environmental and humanitarian consequences of the energy industry. Managing and extinguishing these fires required a unique set of skills and expertise, and Bill’s experience in this area showcases his commitment to protecting communities and ecosystems from the harmful effects of oil-related catastrophes.
A viable future for Texas and all Texans
He believes that the person holding this office should be a recognized expert trusted by the oil and gas industry, with a proven history of advocating for truth based on facts and science. Burch emphasizes the importance of deep operational knowledge and experience in field operations, risk management, safety culture, and the academic understanding of geotechnical science and industry politics.
Overall, Bill Burch is a dedicated and experienced candidate who aims to raise the industry to the highest standards while ensuring the safety and well-being of Texans.
I see a future of the state of Texas…(where) we have an opportunity to redefine the energy conversation…that we’re currently going through, but also in terms of how we’re going to deal with our legacy (wells). And to me the environmental impact, the impact to land owners and the ability to have the Railroad Commission be the agency…to redefine a future of renewable energy…and help define the future are key components of why I’m running