Metropolitan Water Company, L.P. ("Met Water") was established in 1999
for the purpose of developing groundwater resources. Find out more about Met Water.
During the past 13
years, Met Water has devoted a significant amount of time and resources
acquiring groundwater leases over the most productive areas of the
Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer. Find out more
about our water leases.
Historically, the water resource market
in Texas has been dominated by government - cities and water districts.
This is especially true in the area of municipal and, for that matter,
industrial use. Find out more about Met
Construction of Water Pipeline
On May 23, 2011, Garney Construction Company completed construction
the 53 mile SH 130 pipeline from the well field in Burleson County
to the Austin Metroplex/Central Texas region, enabling the first
sale and transport of groundwater resources from the Met Water
Met Water has acquired more than 3,725
Groundwater Leases which cover 100,000± acres in the
productive area of the Project. Met Water started
leasing groundwater rights in December of 1999.
During the past 9 years, the Project has been so
favorable with landowners that Met Water has
averaged signing one new lease each and every day of
each and every month.
Met Water has assigned to
Blue Water Systems LP (“Blue Water”) the exclusive right to market,
develop and produce the groundwater resources from the Met Water
groundwater leases. Met Water and Blue Water have a working
relationship, however, Met Water does not own any interest in Blue
Water Systems LP.
Water District Permits
Currently, Blue Water has obtained
Production and Transportation Permits from Post Oak Savannah
Groundwater Conservation District ("Groundwater District") for 70,993
acre-feet annually (63.39 MGD) from 35,469.50 acres of land in the
Project Area. Such water will be produced from the 41 wells which Blue
Water has obtained drilling permits for from the Groundwater District.