The United States is exporting oil and gas for the first time since the 1950s. However, the infrastructure needed to move the new acquired resource is either nonexistent or outdated. The regulatory infrastructure for new oil and gas projects is complicated by state and federal authority, environmental policy, and transportation liability.
This webinar by expert speaker Tamar J. Cerafici, Esq. discusses Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC's) role in regulating oil and natural gas liquid (NGL) transmission. It will review FERC's authority to regulate oil pipelines, compares its authority to regulate natural gas production, and assesses risks posed by environmental regulation. Going further, the session will also tackle the complications in the regulatory infrastructure and provide a framework for analyzing the viability of pipeline projects.
Who Should Attend
Tamar J. Cerafici
Attorney Cerafici is an internationally recognized leader and legal specialist in the often complex and challenging nuclear regulatory industry. She has been at the forefront of the industry in building regulatory and policy framework for a new generation of nuclear plants. She was a major contributor to the first Earl... More info