Prospects for a new FERC have highlighted the scope for potential new policies affecting the interstate pipeline industry, and their shippers. These may range from new certificate policies, higher standards for demonstrating need for new pipes, to comprehensive requirements for assessing total carbon emissions impacts. New policies may also offer opportunities for pipelines and their customers. Join industry legal and regulatory experts from Wright & Talisman LLP and Charles River Associates as we explore the potential far-reaching implications of changes to FERC policy.
Seab Adamson, Herb Rakebrand and Jeff Plewes are speaking during the session.
|Time Stamp||Section Title||Presenter(s)|
|0:05:00||Policy Framework for a new FERC||Joe Koury (W&T), Ryan Collins (W&T)|
|0:25:35||Quantifying Indirect Carbon Emissions from Pipelines||Seab Adamson|
|0:45:30||Assessing Market Needs for New Pipeline Infrastructure||Herb Rakebrand|
|1:01:30||Future Issues and Opportunities for Interstate Pipelines||Mike Thompson (W&T), Andy Swers (W&T)|
|1:24:45||Climate Policy During the Biden Administration: Natural Gas Focus||Jeff Plewes|