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Infocast's 3rd Lone Star Water Summit
Up To $800 Million Available Per Year for Water Infrastructure Projects in Texas - Get the Competitive Edge You Need to Succeed in This Market!
Hear from the following Stakeholders:
- Public decision makers as they discuss the ranking criteria under HB14, administrative rules and regulations shaping SWIFT, and development opportunities regarding project funding
- Cities, municipalities, and utilities as they detail their plans for State Water Plan projects and development
- Leading water infrastructure developers - Abengoa Water USA, PERC Water Corp, Poseidon Water, and Worelyparsons - share their perspectives
- Commercial and agricultural users as they consider their investments in and uses of water infrastructure
- Get the latest on financing and alternative funding strategies including PACE
- Kathleen Jackson, TEXAS WATER DEVELOPMENT BOARD
- Chris Watts, MAYOR OF DENTON, TEXAS
- L'Oreal Stepney, TEXAS COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
- Maher Maso, MAYOR OF FRISCO, TEXAS
- Michael Irlbeck, ABENGOA WATER
- Ken Burris, WORLEYPARSONS
- Michael Clough, CARDNO ENTRIX
- Steven D. Owen, PERC WATER CORP.
- Mike Howdeshell, SELECT ENERGY SERVICES
- Lairy Johnson, MILLERCOORS
The Texas 2012 State Water Plan outlined $53 billion worth of potential water projects. On November 5, 2013, amid a continuing water crisis, Texas voters passed Proposition 6 – enabling the state to take $2 billion from the Economic Stabilization Fund (the so-called “Rainy Day Fund”). This new infusion of funding and initiatives will create a multitude of project opportunities and re-define the way Texas State and local governments use and invest in solutions to address the water crisis; and fund new water transportation and infrastructure projects.
As a result, competition for this money will be fierce. Further compounding this problem for stakeholders is a law passed last year, House Bill 4, which provides some parameters for the allocation of these funds. However, in June, as required by that law. 16 regional planning groups submitted their own rankings for projects. With public comments ending September 1st and the final rulemaking under SWIFT not expected to pass until March 1st it is unclear how this all will impact the statewide prioritization and assignment process. The key to competition is knowing the administrative rules the state crafts in the next few months regarding project funding. Only those intimately aware of the latest rules, regulations and municipal water needs impacting project funding opportunities and development will succeed in this fiercely competitive landscape.
Infocast’s 3rd Lone Star Water Summit, December 10-12, 2014 in Austin, TX will give attendees a commanding view of the upcoming competitive and regulatory landscape, as well as the opportunity to give feedback to the rule-makers. Attend to meet key regulators, legislators and municipalities in Texas water as they discuss: regulations, project funding, and development opportunities essential to developing critically-needed Texas water infrastructure. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this exciting new phase in the Texas’ water revolution!
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