Getting Energy to Market (Energy Law for Non-Energy Attorneys Series Replay)
Co-sponsored by ALI CLE
|When:||October 3, 2014
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
To participate in this event, please go to the ALI-CLE registration page HERE. Information on faculty, available scholarships, and CLE is also available on the ALI CLE event site. Prior to registering, ELI members should email email@example.com for discount codes that will allow them to receive $50 off one program or to register for all 3 programs for $299 (not to be combined with any other applicable discounts).
Information on the Series: Energy Law For Non-Energy Attorneys
This three-part series was designed to introduce non-energy attorneys to energy law by looking at the legal and regulatory framework and issues in domestic energy production, energy distribution, and energy consumption.
The energy market continues to evolve, and this evolution brings with it business opportunities and risks. But energy growth and environmental impacts are increasingly intertwined through complicated federal and state regulations. To practice in today's world and to take advantage of new opportunities in the energy sector, environmental, real estate, corporate, non-profit, and other lawyers need to understand energy or at least be able to identify energy issues. This series, a collaborative effort between the American Law Institute CLE (ALI CLE) and the Environmental Law Institute (ELI), allowed audience members to do just that.
The series is composed of The Regulatory Framework of Domestic Energy Production (September 29), Getting Energy to Market (October 3), and Electricity Consumption (October 8).
NOTE: This series replay was originally presented in March-April, 2014. Questions submitted during the program will be answered by email within two business days after the program. In addition, all registrants will receive a set of downloadable course materials and free access to the archived online program.
Getting Energy to Market
Once raw energy is extracted and transformed into a useable fuel, how does it arrive at the consumer marketplace? This session will provide an understanding of the system that pipelines and grids combine to form so that energy is always at our fingertips. Participants will also learn how liquefied natural gas (LNG) and coal exports fit into our energy structure.
- What role do pipelines play in getting energy to market?
- How does our electricity grid work and who regulates it?
- What is a smart grid?
- How will LNG and coal exports affect our energy structure?
William L. Massey, Covington & Burling, LLP (moderator)
David R. Wooley, Keyes, Fox & Wiedman, LLP
James M. Pates, Assistant Chief Counsel for Pipelines, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
Tania Perez, Fulbright & Jaworski LLP
ELI events are made possible by the generous support of our members.
For more information on the many benefits of ELI individual membership, please go HERE.