Electric Energy, Oil, and Gas Regulatory Trends

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February 28, 2017
01:00 PM - 02:30 PM ET

Join us for a discussion about electric energy, oil, and gas regulatory trends.

As a new administration takes over the White House and the US Congress picks up a debate over comprehensive energy legislation, 2017 promises to be an exciting year for participants in the electric power, oil, and gas sectors. Infrastructure development, robust market oversight, continued development of renewable energy generation, and advances with electric energy storage present both challenges and opportunities for companies in the energy industry nationwide. A change in the composition of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission combined with the priorities of a new administration presents many questions for energy companies that are actively monitoring federal developments. At the same time, 2017 also presents issues for consideration at the various state regulatory commissions.

What are the regulatory implications for 2017?

This 90-minute webinar about the changing regulatory environment will include discussion on the following topics:

  • Expectations and priorities of the new presidential administration in the energy space
  • Possibilities and probabilities for comprehensive energy legislation in the 115th Congress
  • Priorities of an FERC comprised of three new commissioners
  • State regulatory issues confronting participants in the electric energy sector 

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