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EBA is pleased to offer recordings of educational sessions from Annual Meetings, the Mid-Year Energy Forum, Energy Law Academy Courses, Energizers and other programming for purchase. Recorded sessions offer convenient, affordable educational resources accessible from your desk or mobile device, whenever and wherever you want to use it. All available speaker presentations and supplemental material are included when purchasing a recording. Some meeting material is even available for FREE!
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EBA, in partnership with WestLegalEd Center, has developed a library of high quality, self-study EBA programming available anytime, online. Many of these programs include CLE credits. Visit the WestLegalEd website. From there, click on the content partners drop down where you will see Energy Bar Association listed. This search will take you to all the EBA sessions available for CLE Credit.To receive
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Annual sector reports are developed and written by EBA subject-matter committees and appear as part of the Energy Law Journal.
Compliance and Enforcement Sector Report
This section includes a look at developments in civil and criminal enforcement, competition and antitrust, and compliance activities in the energy industry (electricity, hydro, natural gas, crude oil, and petroleum products) at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC"), Commodity Futures Trading Commission ("CFTC"), Federal Trade Commission ("FTC"), Department of Justice ("DOJ"), Department of Energy ("DOE"), Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration ("PHMSA"), and other federal agencies and in the courts and Congress.
DEMAND-SIDE RESOURCES AND SMART GRID
Electricity Sector Report
Includes information on all aspects of electricity regulation and industry developments including traditional rate regulation, deregulation, competition policy, and other means of industry regulation, at the federal and state levels.
Finance and Transactions
International Energy Law and Transactions
Natural Gas Sector
Nuclear Regulation Sector
Oil and Liquids Sector
Power Generation and Marketing
RENEWABLE ENERGY Sector
State Commission Practice
System Reliability Issues