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Growing Water Demand, Drought and Increasing Water Development Costs

Why Texas Needs a More Robust Surface Water Market Outside of the Lower Rio Grande, the market for surface water...

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Competition and Creativity Fuel a Robust Colorado Water Market

The Colorado Water Market is a Critical Component of Residential Development Like many Western states, Colorado is growing and home...

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Water Market Insider VIDEO: The Arizona Water Market

  WestWater Associate Audrey Arnao gives us an update on the current status of the Arizona water market. Want to...

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Colorado River Shortage Impacts in Arizona and the Long-term Storage Credit Market

The first-ever Colorado River shortage declaration will drive up market demand and price of Long-Term Storage Credits in Arizona. As...

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Even in a Critically Dry Year, Water Moves in the Market

California’s drought continues to make national news as the severity of water supply shortages intensifies. Some farmers are making the...

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Water Market Insider: Connecting Regional Water Market Conditions to the Statewide NQH2O Price Index

The recent launch of the Nasdaq Veles California water futures is changing the water management toolkit for participants in California’s...

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Change at What Cost? Understanding Transaction Costs for Water Transfers in Colorado

Transaction costs are a necessary pill to swallow for most trades in the Colorado water market but can be daunting for market...

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California Water Project Allocations Drop; Nasdaq Veles California Water Index (NQH2O) and Futures Jump Nearly 30%

On Tuesday, California’s Department of Water Resources made a decision that will impact 27 million state residents and 750,000 acres...

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