Mounting concerns over, and regulation of power plant emissions, together with the high costs of coal operations have led utilities, regulators and even some environmentalists to encourage conversion of many coal operations to natural gas. Natural gas is seen by many as a low cost, domestic and environmentally friendly alternative to coal. However, not everyone agrees that the conversion to natural gas is either economically prudent or environmentally sound.
This presentation by expert speaker Jack Luellen will take you through the various legal, economic, political and environmental facets concerned with the coal to natural gas conversion process. You will learn the key factors which lead to coal and natural gas conversions. You will also be able to identify the obstacles to successful conversions and note the oppositions related to conversions.
Who Should Attend
JACK R. LUELLEN is a partner with Fox Rothschild LLP, where his practice is primarily dedicated to oil and gas law with a particular emphasis on litigation. He has represented a broad range of clients in the energy and oil and gas industries, including companies in exploration and production and midstream sectors, such... More info