Vanessa Puig-Williams

University of Texas at Austin - Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Energy, Law & Business

Affiliated Fellow

727 East Dean Keeton Street

Austin, TX 78705

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

6

DOWNLOADS

317

SSRN CITATIONS

0

CROSSREF CITATIONS

1

Scholarly Papers (6)

1.

Implementing SB 3: Adopting Environmental Flows in Texas

Energy Center Research Paper No. 2013-04
Number of pages: 39 Posted: 09 Oct 2013
Vanessa Puig-Williams
University of Texas at Austin - Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Energy, Law & Business
Downloads 69 (496,242)

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Regulating Unregulated Groundwater in Texas: How the State Could Conquer this Final Frontier

Texas Water Journal, Vol 7, No 1 (2016), KBH Energy Center Research Paper No. 2016-11
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 07 Dec 2016
Vanessa Puig-Williams
University of Texas at Austin - Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Energy, Law & Business
Downloads 57 (541,512)

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rule of capture, groundwater, private property, regulation, springflow

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Protecting Species or Hindering Energy Development? How the Endangered Species Act Impacts Energy Projects on Western Public Lands

Environmental Law Reporter, Vol. 46, No. 11, 2016, Copyright© 2016, Environmental Law Institute®, Washington, DC. Reprinted with permission from ELI®, KBH Energy Center Research Paper No. 2016-9
Number of pages: 10 Posted: 10 Nov 2016
Melinda E. Taylor, Romany Webb and Vanessa Puig-Williams
University of Texas at Austin - School of Law, Columbia University - Sabin Center for Climate Change Law and University of Texas at Austin - Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Energy, Law & Business
Downloads 56 (546,005)

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Bureau of Land Management, consultation process, endangered species, Endangered Species Act, energy development, energy projects, ESA, federal land, gas, oil, PBO, Programmatic Biological Opinion, Section 7 of the ESA, solar, threatened species, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, wind

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The Endangered Springflow Act: How the Endangered Species Act Influences Groundwater Law and Protects Springflow in Texas

KBH Energy Center Research Paper No. 2015-01
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 20 Dec 2014
Vanessa Puig-Williams
University of Texas at Austin - Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Energy, Law & Business
Downloads 53 (559,913)
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Endangered Species Act, groundwater law, spring flow, Texas, drought, development, aquifer, surface water, aquatic habitats, Texas State Water Plan

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The Conflict between Endangered Species and the State Water Plan: Will New Listings under the Endangered Species Act Thwart the State Water Planning Process?

KBH Energy Center Research Paper No. 2015-03
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 17 Dec 2014 Last Revised: 22 Dec 2014
Vanessa Puig-Williams and Melinda E. Taylor
University of Texas at Austin - Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Energy, Law & Business and University of Texas at Austin - School of Law
Downloads 43 (610,597)

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Endangered Species Act, 2011 settlement agreement, environmental groups, threatened species, federal protections, listed species, aquatic species, Texas, rivers and springs, Proposition 6, infrastructure projects, regional water plan, state water plan

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Protecting Species or Endangering Development? How Consultation Under the Endangered Species Act Affects Energy Projects on Public Lands

KBH Energy Center Research Paper No. 2016-8
Number of pages: 125 Posted: 03 Oct 2016 Last Revised: 04 Oct 2016
Melinda E. Taylor, Romany Webb and Vanessa Puig-Williams
University of Texas at Austin - School of Law, Columbia University - Sabin Center for Climate Change Law and University of Texas at Austin - Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Energy, Law & Business
Downloads 39 (633,157)

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Bureau of Land Management, consultation process, endangered species, Endangered Species Act, energy development, energy projects, ESA, federal land, gas, oil, PBO, Programmatic Biological Opinion, Section 7 of the ESA, solar, threatened species, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, wind