Gabriel Collins, “The Emerging Battle over Produced Water Ownership in Texas: A Legal and Practical Roadmap for Courts, Groundwater Owners,
Thank you to the Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts for putting on a superb event last week and giving me
Hydrocarbons will play an essential role in the cost, speed, and success of the ongoing transition to a lower net-carbon energy future.
Texas acutely needs a common law system that can balance world-scale agricultural activity, industrial development, and urban growth while also protecting private property rights.
Download Slides: U.S. Produced Water Legislation & Regulation Impacts the Energy Transition, Emissions Reductions, and Human Wellbeing Gabriel Collins, “U.S.
This post features early insights from some of my ongoing research into the food-energy-water nexus in Sub-Saharan Africa. “You’re in
Thank you to the American Groundwater Trust for a splendid conference on 12-13 August 2020! Can’t wait to have a
Recommended citation: Collins G. 2020. Produced Water in Texas: No Dedication Without Compensation. Texas Water Intelligence. 11 June 2020. Download
Download memo: Collins_TWI_Produced Water Ownership in Texas_27 February 2020 This memo builds upon the analysis I originally published in February
Citation: Collins G. 2020. Oilfield Water Infrastructure Connectivity: The Case for a ‘Hydrovascular’ Network in the Permian Basin. Texas Water
Presented at the Shale Water Expo 2019, 22 October 2019, Houston, TX Full presentation available here: Gabriel Collins, “Collins_How Produced
Thank you to the Produced Water Society for allowing me to speak at a great event in Midland! Full presentation