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How to Build an Energy Project in the Face of Activist Opposition (Nov 2017)

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Energy projects involve a myriad of complex issues, ranging from state vs. federal regulatory control, to landowner impacts, to broad policy issues (climate change, “leave it in the ground,” etc). The scale of active opposition has been magnified by increased funding from multiple sources, coupled with an unprecedented number of major projects. Consider how to build energy projects in the face of widening political divisions at the federal, state and local levels.
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TX MCLE credit expires: 11/30/2019

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1. How to Build an Energy Project in the Face of Activist Opposition (Nov 2017)

Norma Rosner Iacovo, Norman Lent III, Frederick M. Lowther, Phillip G. Oldham

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How to Build an Energy Project in the Face of Activist Opposition (Nov 2017)

Energy projects involve a myriad of complex issues, ranging from state vs. federal regulatory control, to landowner impacts, to broad policy issues (climate change, “leave it in the ground,” etc). The scale of active opposition has been magnified by increased funding from multiple sources, coupled with an unprecedented number of major projects. Consider how to build energy projects in the face of widening political divisions at the federal, state and local levels.

Originally presented at: Oct 2017 Gas and Power Institute

Norma Rosner Iacovo, Tenaska Power Services Co. - Arlington, TX
Norman Lent III, Arent Fox LLP - Washington, DC
Frederick M. Lowther, Blank Rome LLP - Washington, DC
Phillip G. Oldham, Thompson & Knight LLP - Austin, TX