Water Horse Resources names Buster Gray as president

(UC) — Colorado-based Water Horse Resources has named accomplished engineering industry veteran L.A. “Buster” Gray as its new president, and he will be responsible for operations and development at the company.

Gray brings more than 40 years of experience in the design, construction and management of large-scale pipeline infrastructure projects. He was previously president of Houston-based EnSiteUSA, one of the nation’s leading energy engineering firms.

Prior to his role at EnsiteUSA, Gray owned and operated Pipeline Design Enterprises Inc. Following a merger with Universal Ensco Inc. in 1989, he served as senior vice president until its sale in 2008.

“Water and other products have been efficiently and safely transported in large-diameter, cross-country pipelines for decades, and while Water Horse may be the nation’s longest proposed water pipeline, it won’t be the last,” Gray said. “The growing demand for water in the dry western regions of the U.S. will require innovative solutions like the one that we intend to build.”

In addition, Water Horse announced that it has secured an infrastructure partnership for a 338-mile pipeline it plans to build, which will transport water from the Green River-fed Flaming Gorge Reservoir in Utah and Wyoming to Colorado’s Front Range.

“MasTec will lead construction of the company’s proposed 338-mile, minimum 55,000-acre-foot pipeline to deliver water from the Green River, a tributary of the upper Colorado River Basin, to Colorado’s Front Range for agriculture, municipal and environmental in-stream flows benefiting the Poudre and South Platte River systems,” according to a Water Horse Resources press release.

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