After a dry and hot summer this year, the Office of the State Engineer is preparing to pump water from wellfields in the Pecos Basin to meet the state’s water obligations to Texas in 2021. De…
Plaintiffs allege the SJRA has conspired to establish a monopoly on water supply in Montgomery County by purchasing all available surface water resources in the region. The SJRA called the lawsuit
As climate change accelerates, clashes between states over water rights are heating up due to this resulting strained resource. The only court with authority to adjudicate these interstate disputes is
A settlement has been reached in a court case regarding Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority and the property owners along the Guadalupe Valley lakes.
A new study from the University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University warns that droughts in the latter part of this century could be the worst on record.
Members of the Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District threatened pumping cutbacks and fines of up to $10,000 per day of waste.
The dispute over who gets to control water in a parched corner of southeastern New Mexico: Should the oil industry have access to tens of millions of barrels a year,
The report says the state will be facing hotter and drier conditions for decades to come, especially in West Texas.
AUSTIN, Texas — Texans need to prepare for a near future that is hotter, drier and fraught with more water extremes, according to scientists. But