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EIB Energy Highlights: New FERC Chair, Offshore Drilling-NC Says “No,” Atlantic Coast Pipeline EIS, Clean Air & More

FERC Conditional Approval of Natural Gas Pipeline Consistent with Clean Water Act Sequencing Requirements

In the midst of the U.S. energy boom, the expansion and modernization of the nation’s energy infrastructure has been a priority. The ramp up in shale natural gas production has spurred investments in pipeline projects, particularly in the Northeast where infrastructure failed to support the rising levels of gas production. The review and approval process … Continue reading

EIB Energy Highlights: FERC Nominees to Restore Quorum, Clean Power Plan Rescission, Infrastructure Bills & More

Heslin and Sosnick to Instruct FERC Natural Gas 101 Course Hosted by EUCI Feb. 22-23

HESLIN AND SOSNICK TO INSTRUCT FERC NATURAL GAS 101 COURSE HOSTED BY EUCI FEB. 22-23:  Moore & Van Allen Member Brian Heslin and Kenneth Sosnick of Concentric Energy Advisors, Inc. will instruct the FERC Natural Gas 101 course hosted by EUCI on February 22-23, 2017 in Houston, TX. Natural gas continues to play an increasing role in our nation’s burgeoning … Continue reading

EIB Energy Highlights: Dakota Access & Keystone XL Pipelines Revived, FERC on Energy Storage & Pipeline Rates & More

EIB Energy Highlights: FERC on Cybersecurity, Clean Power Plan Hearing Agenda, NatGas & Oil Exports Rise & More

EIB Energy Highlights: Nat Gas Outpowers Coal, NC Renewables, CPP En Banc, Fed Energy Bill Awaits Conference & More

Supreme Court Continues to Stake Out FERC Jurisdiction, Invalidates State Gas-Fired Power Plant Incentive Program

In an opinion unanimous in judgment (albeit with two concurring opinions), the U.S. Supreme Court recently reiterated the reach of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) jurisdiction over interstate wholesale electricity sales in Hughes v. Talen Energy Marketing, LLC, 578 U.S. ___ (2016). In the midst of rapid transformation in the energy industry, the expansion … Continue reading

[Event] Jeffries and Heslin to Instruct Natural Gas Utility Basics Course Hosted by EUCI March 7-8

Charlotte Energy Members Jim Jeffries and Brian Heslin will instruct the EUCI Natural Gas Utility Basics Course on March 7-8 in Houston, TX. The dynamics of the energy industry are rapidly changing through an uptick in consolidation via M&A activity and increasing interdependency of the gas and electric industries. This course is ideal for individuals desiring to … Continue reading

Jeffries and Heslin to Instruct Natural Gas Utility Basics Course Hosted by EUCI March 7-8

JEFFRIES AND HESLIN TO INSTRUCT NATURAL GAS UTILITY BASICS COURSE:  Charlotte Energy Members Jim Jeffries and Brian Heslin will instruct the EUCI Natural Gas Utility Basics Course on March 7-8, 2016 in Houston, TX. The dynamics of the energy industry are rapidly changing through an uptick in consolidation via M&A activity and increasing interdependency of the gas and electric … Continue reading

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The landscape of the energy industry is rapidly changing, with a focus on the development of clean, domestic energy sources and a secure, reliable energy infrastructure driving significant changes in the interdependency of energy industry segments and an increase in government regulation. Continued growth in the domestic production of oil and natural gas has positioned the U.S. to be an energy exporter in the global market and will have a marked impact on the course of the industry’s development.

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