Joshua Adler is the Founding Chief Executive of Sourcewater (www.sourcewater.com), the technology leader in holistic energy intelligence. Sourcewater gathers, analyzes and visualizes omnichannel data to show oilfield water and supply chain activity faster and better than any other source. Our data science innovations combining satellite imagery AI/ML, mobile GPS tracking and regulatory big data infrastructure have earned nine U.S. patents with more pending. Sourcewater has been honored by IHS CERAWeek as an Energy Innovation Pioneer, by Frost & Sullivan as Enabling Technology of the Year, by the Oil & Gas Awards as New Technology of the Year, and by TPH as an Energy Disruptor.
Josh served as Chief Speechwriter to the U.S. Treasury Secretary for President George W. Bush and also co-founded wireless medical device company iLife Systems, robotics company MegaBots, LaKritz Adler Real Estate Development and Amour.com. He is a graduate of Yale and MIT, where he was a Sloan Fellow for Innovation and Global Leadership in Energy Ventures. He has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Economist and Wired. He is the sole inventor on seven U.S. patents covering machine learning in satellite imagery analytics. Josh lives in Houston, Texas.