Texas Land and Mineral Owners Association Updated:03/2021

TLMA was created in 1999 by 54 founding members who wanted to level the playing field, to reinstate a sense of fairness in the relationship between those that use the land and those who live on it. Its formation is a reflection of the very significant deterioration in those rights as a result of political trends, regulatory and legislative actions, and court decisions.

TLMA is a nonpartisan association, and it is not affiliated with a political action committee (PAC). None of TLMA's revenue, which all comes from membership dues, goes to support political candidates or campaigns.

The association engages in direct advocacy to achieve

  • a business and legal environment that promotes a healthy oil and gas industry in Texas by ensuring that the rights of mineral and surface owners are protected; 
  • a reduction in litigation; and 
  • the protection of our precious groundwater resources.


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1005 Congress Avenue
Suite 360
Austin, TX  78701
Phone: (512) 479-5000
Fax: (512) 479-5066


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Half-Earth Day EarthX Conservation Conference Half-Earth Day Conservation Conference will focus on The Role of Private Lands in Texas. This event brings together people from around the world and across disciplines to share their unique perspectives and thought leadership on how we can work together to achieve the goal of Half-Earth and ensure the health of our planet for future generations. Thursday, October 22nd – 9:00am – 4:00pm CT Old Parkland Dallas, TX For more information contact: Terry Beck - (817) 999-4893