The “chicken-and-egg” problem of getting power to natural gas production and transportation facilities using electricity from generators that could not get sufficient natural gas was the “commonsense” issue that infuriated Texas electricity customers the week of Feb. 14, state House members said Friday. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now During a joint Energy Resources and State Affairs committee meeting, Rep. Eddie Lucio III, a Brownsville Democrat, called the Catch 22 situation “the commonsense component … that is infuriating to Texans.” Texas Rep. Charlie Geren, a Fort Worth Republican, compared the situation that resulted in about 3 million Texas power customers lacking power over about three days to the old riddle of “Which came first, the chicken or the egg?” “This was a conundrum, right?” […]