With a deep understanding the utility of natural gas, natural gas utility West Texas Gas distributes more than 25 billion cu. ft. of natural gas, propane, and other petroleum products to more than 25,000 residential, commercial, agricultural, and governmental customers in Texas and Oklahoma Panhandle region. The company, the fourth-largest investor-owned public utility in Texas, also operates retail gasoline stations and convenience stores and has gas gathering, production, transmission, and marketing operations. West Texas Gas is 100%-owned by CEO J. L. Davis.
West Texas Gas, Inc.
11 N. Colorado, Midland, TX 79701
IndustryOil, Gas and Mining
CategoryEnergy & Utilities
The Code of Business Ethics of West Texas Gas, Inc., and certain subsidiaries and affiliates (collectively referred to as “WTG” and identified in Appendix A), describes ethical risks for employees, provides guidance to help recognize and deal with ethical issues, and explains how to report unethical conduct and help foster a culture of integrity and accountability. This Code applies to all WTG employees, officers and directors. Contractors, suppliers and vendors are expected to support effective compliance programs within their own organizations. Some sections and topics may be more relevant to certain functions or departments than to others. However, because even one instance of a person failing to act with integrity can damage WTG’s hard-earned reputation and compromise the public’s trust, EVERY COMPANY EMPLOYEE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR BEING FAMILIAR WITH THE ENTIRE CODE. The Code represents a commitment to promote an organizational culture that encourages ethical conduct and compliance with the law, reducing to more formal writing, the beliefs and conduct promoted in the past.