A tributary of the Rio Grande, the Pecos River stretches about 900 miles, starting in north-central New Mexico and proceeding into West Texas.
Reusing oil field wastewater is slowing replacing the need to use freshwater for drilling and hydraulic fracturing operations in places like the arid Permian Basin of southeastern New Mexico and West Texas, industry experts said.
The Supreme Court will wade into a decadeslong water fight in April, hearing arguments from Texas and New Mexico over how to share water from the Pecos River.
Environmental activist Rusty Middleton raises concerns over a groundwater pumping plan
Source: Opinion: LCRA’s Water Marketing Ambitions Could Lower the Colorado River Below Austin: Environmental activist Rusty Middleton raises concerns over a groundwater pumping plan – Columns – The Austin Chronicle
“When I joined the District almost 7 years ago, I quickly developed an appreciation for the District’s reputable science and policy and for the challenges…”
Trinity Edwards Springs Protection Association is suing the Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District.
State leaders looking for a way to address a litigated claim that New Mexico is not providing enough water to Texas under a decades-old compact want funding for a water conservation pilot program s…