TEXAS - In second quarter 2015, seven areas exceeded the state hotel occupancy average. Meanwhile, 17 of 27 Texas areas showed decreased occupancy compared to 2014, according to Source Strategies Inc.
The table below is sorted by 2Q 2015 occupancy, and clearly shows the negative effect of decreased oil and gas exploration and production activity.
In all oil and gas counties statewide, 2Q 2015 occupancy averaged 64.6 percent, down 4.6 points from the Second quarter of 2014:
See the full report at
Office of the Governor, Economic Development & Tourism.
For more stats on all counties and MSAs, see
Hotel under Market Research.
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