Texas Water Intelligence aims to harness data and build water domain awareness, with the hope of enhancing our ability to more sustainably and effectively manage Texas’s most precious natural resource. We present data in a clear and creative manner to bring perspective and challenge readers, in the hope of catalyzing productive discussions and advancing the debate about how to best manage Texas water resources. We’ll also occasionally pull in examples and analysis of water issues in other states, since water resource management challenges frequently cross state lines and require a multi-state mindset to develop solutions.
Gabe Collins is a Permian Basin native who instinctively appreciates the importance of water and is also a licensed Texas attorney with a strong commodity market analysis background. He uses this unique skillset to drive cutting-edge advocacy and analysis aimed at creating the legal and practical foundations for the development of a market-based management system for surface and groundwater in Texas.
Gabe received his B.A. from Princeton University and a J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments you might have.