Public GIS Viewer (Map)
The Public GIS Viewer allows users to view oil, gas and pipeline data in a map view.
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Public GIS Viewer
The following training videos provide step-by-step instruction for new features of the Public GIS Viewer. The videos will open in a separate window, allowing you to toggle between the video and viewer.
Note: Some of these videos do not contain audio.
The Public GIS Viewer contains the combined functionality of the Legacy GIS Viewer and the newer appearance of the Enhanced GIS Viewer. In addition, the viewer has been improved with the addition of the following features and is updated nightly.
- Increased layer visibility options
- Dynamic legend
- Various basemap selections
- Different printing formats
- New measurement tools
- Consolidated identify tool and print functionality
- Various coordinate systems
- Consolidated pipeline, survey, and lease ID search
- Pipeline and survey search print functionality
- User defined radius tool
- Refined API search tool
- Combined point of Interest and address search
- Dynamic coordinates display
- Redesigned Web help and User Guide
- Reformatted Glossary
- Updated FAQs
- Revised Data Sources Table
Browser and Other Usage Requirements
- Mozilla Firefox 32.0+ and Google Chrome 37.0+ are recommended for the best viewing results.
- Internet Explorer 9.0 and below are not recommended.
- Pop-up blocking in your browser must be disabled.
The Public GIS Map Viewers use pop-up windows to display details on mapped wells and pipelines. Disable pop-up blocking software while using this viewer. If you are not sure if pop-up blocking is enabled on your computer, try our Pop-up Blocker Test.
|Injection Disposal Well Information
|Drilling Permit Information
Public GIS Viewers Accessibility
The Railroad Commission of Texas (Commission) is committed to making its website accessible to all users. However, the inherent graphical nature of the Public GIS Viewers and the volumes of data represented make accessibility more difficult. The Public GIS Viewers use software written by ESRI, which currently does not meet the accessibility requirements outlined in Texas Government Code 2054, Subchapter M, and Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 206. ESRI has stated its commitment to meet accessibility requirements and continues to test its products for compliance. The Commission will continue to monitor the accessibility of GIS and the activity of GIS product vendors to improve compliance with state and federal accessibility requirements.
If you use assistive technology and the format of these pages prevents you from obtaining necessary data, contact the Commission’s Accessibility Coordinator by emailing email@example.com, calling 512-463-7229, or contacting us through Relay Texas. To enable us to respond in the most helpful way, please be sure to communicate the following: 1) the nature of your accessibility problem; 2) the format in which you prefer to receive the material; 3) the web address of the requested material; and 4) your contact information.
For more information on accessibility, please see our Accessibility Policy.