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Infocast's 5th Lone Star Water Summit

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Capitalize on New & Emerging Sources of Water Project Funding in Texas!

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Texas will need over $50 billion worth of water and wastewater infrastructure projects over the next 15 years to address municipal and industrial water inadequacies—but with only $27 billion available through the Economic Stabilization Fund, the state of Texas is set to fund only roughly half of the total water infrastructure projects needed by the State.

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The Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) will help private stakeholders organize and participate in public/private partnerships (P3s) in Texas, by entering into agreements with public entities to develop and operate qualifying water infrastructure projects. Also, private investment opportunities are kicking into gear on a number of fronts.

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Infocast’s 5th Lone Star Water Summit, taking place October 25-27, 2016 in Austin, TX, will bring together municipalities, developers, investors, financiers, regulators, water technology companies, utilities and other stakeholders in Texas water. This is a unique opportunity to meet and strategize and assess public and private funding opportunities, Texas’ water and development needs, and regulations essential to developing critically-needed water infrastructure in Texas.

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Featured Speakers:

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  • Melissa Bryant, Environmental Sciences Department Manager, SAN ANTONIO RIVER AUTHORITY 
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  • Tommy Holmes, Legislative Director, AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION 
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  • Dan Hunter, Assistant Commissioner, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
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  • Kathleen Jackson, Board Member, TEXAS WATER DEVELOPMENT BOARD (TWDB) 
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  • Lairy Johnson, Environmental and Sustainability Engineer, MILLERCOORS 
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  • Maher Maso, Mayor, CITY OF FRISCO, TX 
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  • James Lee Murphy, Executive Manager, Water Resources and Utility Operations, GUADALUPE-BLANCO RIVER AUTHORITY 
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  • David Porter, Chairman, TEXAS RAILROAD COMMISSION 
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  • Robert R. Puente, President & CEO, SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM 
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  • Raffael Stein, Director, Municipal Support Division, EPA
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Use this code to Avail 10% DISCOUNT: 1655SOCIAL10

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VENUE LOCATION

Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Road, Austin Texas,

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