Trey Murphy is an Enterprise Risk & Quantitative Advisory Senior Consultant at Forvis — a top 10 accounting and advisory firm. He is currently based in Fort Worth, Texas. He received his PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Geography Department where he mobilized qualitative, quantitative, and GIS methods to answer questions related to the socio-environmental impacts of oil and gas extraction in Texas and Latin America. His research focus is at the intersection of energy and legal geographies. He received his BS and MS from the Texas A&M University Geography Department where he participated on diverse projects related to education and the White Mountain Apache Tribe, remote sensing of coastal geomorphology landscapes, the evolution of municipal oil and gas drilling policies, and best practices in university lab pedagogy. His investigations have been featured on NPR, Texas Monthly, and in the Houston Chronicle. When not thinking about energy policies, Trey is usually cooking enchiladas, running, storm chasing, or managing his family farm in Lampasas County, Texas.