Try this one on for size: Full testimony available at: https://www.bakerinstitute.org/media/files/files/04c6f77b/collins-testimony-042018.pdf
Addressing the Impacts of Oil & Gas Development on Texas Roads 20 April 2018, testimony to the Texas House of
Full Analysis available at: https://www.bakerinstitute.org/media/files/files/6268119b/bi-report-032018-ces-groundwatervalue.pdf Synopsis: Multiple methods can be used to value groundwater, with some more applicable in certain situations
The author discussed a range of methods that can be used–and are used–to value groundwater resources in Texas. Full presentation
Gabriel Collins, “Key Permian Basin Oil Producers Can Now Move More Water Per Day Than Midland or Odessa,” Texas Water
To either close deals or resolve disputes, parties and courts must be able to attach a credible economic value to water. In many cases, the water at issue may still be underground in the aquifer.
Gabriel Collins, “Recycle Produced Water, Reduce Costs, and Boost Invest-able Capital,” Texas Water Intelligence™, Water Note #6, 2 October 2017 Surface
Gabriel Collins, “How Much Water Does Apache Potentially Need to Develop Alpine High?,” Texas Water Intelligence™, Water Note #5, 19 June