FERC regulates significant swaths of the U.S. energy industry, including the wholesale sale and transmission of electricity, the transportation of oil and natural gas, and the permitting of several types of energy infrastructure projects. The authors -- Commissioner Richard Glick and Matthew Christiansen -- will discuss how, although it is not a climate regulator, FERC’s actions can nonetheless have substantial consequences for climate change. "FERC and Climate Change" was the lead article in Volume No. 1 of the Energy Law Journal's 40th volume.
READ THE ARTICLE IN ADVANCE: FERC and Climate Change - Rich Glick & Matthew Christiansen
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Commissioner Richard Glick
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