About Texas Pacific Land Trust

Texas Pacific Land Trust was created in 1888 as a result of a reorganization of the Texas and Pacific Railway Company following receivership. Holders of Texas and Pacific Railway Company bonds received 3.5 million acres of land in Texas which had been earned by the railroad and pledged as security against bonds. The bondholders created the Trust and converted bonds to shares of proprietary interest in the Trust. The Trust was created to manage and sell the land. Today the Trust is one of the largest landowners in Texas with around 888,333 acres located in eighteen different counties.

Public
Oil, Gas & Energy
1888
United States
Dallas, Texas
12149695530
support@tpltrust.com
NYSE
TPL

Annual Revenue

$50 to $500 million

Employees

51-200

Texas Pacific Land Trust Contacts

We have 35 contacts in our database, out of which 23% are decision makers. The distribution of leads are as follows:

Classification of Texas Pacific Land Trust Contacts as per Designation Label:
Classification of Texas Pacific Land Trust Contacts by Functional Responsibility (Top 5):

Texas Pacific Land Trust Website Traffic Analysis

In October, 2019 tpltrust.com's total website visitor was 5409, declined by 55% from previous month. Some key metrics are Average time spent on site is 0 minutes, Bounce Rate is 100% and average page per visit is 1 respectively.

Site Traffic by Month
Traffic Sources
Geographic Breakdown
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5025
Time Spend Icon
0 Minutes
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100%
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1

Frequently Asked Question About Texas Pacific Land Trust

1. Texas Pacific Land Trust was founded in 1888.
2. Texas Pacific Land Trust specialize in Land Management, Resource Management, Water Services.
3. $50 to $500 million.
4. 51-200 employees.
5. Texas Pacific Land Trust is a Public company.
6. Texas Pacific Land Trust headquarter located in Dallas Texas, United States.
7. We have 35 contacts in our database.
8. We have 8 decision makers in our database.

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