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EBA NEWS

  • 2015 Mid-Year Conference: Registration Opening Soon
  • Back to school time: EBA Primer: Environmental Law
  • Become an EBA Ambassador: Refer a Colleague to EBA
  • Visit the EBA SWAG Store
  • The EBA Welcomes New Staff Member Brittany Banasik


  • EBA PROGRAMS

  • 14th Annual Gas and Power Institute Co-Sponsored Program
  • EBA Primer: Environmental Law
  • EBA Second Annual Canadian Program
  • 2015 EBA Mid-Year Meeting


  • INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTS

  • Century-old law looms as hurdle for exports push
  • Crude estimate: How ending Iran sanctions may impact oil markets
  • FERC, PJM file briefs in Supreme Court demand response case
  • Court: Colorado renewable energy law is constitutional




  • EBA NEWS


    2015 Mid-Year Conference: Registration Opening Soon
    EBA

    Mark your calendar for the 2015 EBA Mid-Year Meeting & Conference on Wednesday and Thursday, November 18-19, 2015 and will include 14 educational sessions, networking opportunities and CLE credits. Check our conference homepage for updates as they become available on our website.

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    Back to school time: EBA Primer: Environmental Law
    EBA
    Registration is now open for the Environmental Law Primer will take place in Atlanta, Georgia on September 29-30, 2015. This course is intended for new energy lawyers practicing environmental law and energy transaction lawyers who need an overview of environmental laws and regulations. Registration is open now, so make sure you reserve your space before the event is full!

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    Become an EBA Ambassador: Refer a Colleague to EBA
    EBA
    Help us reach our goal of 3,000 members by inviting a friend or colleague to join the Energy Bar Association! Our member-base is what makes the EBA the resource for energy law professionals. We invite you to forward our pdf membership application to colleagues, friends, and contacts that will benefit from our offerings. The form is available for download online at www.eba-net.org/join. Please ask your referrals to provide your name to be recognized as a contributor to our EBA Ambassadors campaign. Find out why EBA Board Member, Matt Rudolphi, is an EBA Ambassador at www.eba-net.org/EBA-Ambassadors#TESTIMONIALS.
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    Visit the EBA SWAG Store
    EBA
    Shop this season’s must-have styles on the EBA Swag Store, where you’ll find t-shirts, hoodies, mugs, and more. EBA merchandise makes a great gift for friends and colleagues at any time of year, and best of all, it’s all available online!

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    The EBA Welcomes New Staff Member Brittany Banasik
    EBA
    The Energy Bar Association welcomes new staff member Brittany Banasik as Manager of Membership and Marketing Communications. Ms. Banasik is a spring, 2015 graduate of the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith Master of Business Administration program, and brings seven years of experience in trade association membership development, grassroots campaign advocacy, and digital public affairs.

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    EBA PROGRAMS


    14th Annual Gas and Power Institute Co-Sponsored Program
    EBA
    Register now for Early Bird pricing. The EBA Houston Chapter will co-sponsor the event on September 10-11, 2015 at the Royal Sonesta Hotel of Houston. The event will feature topics relevant to the gas and power industry in light of the changing landscape of rules, regulation, legislation and environmental requirements, offer essential information on the latest industry and market climate, and provide a must-have set of materials and resources. Use the link below to access more information or to register.

    The Institute is presented with The Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law Section of the State Bar of Texas and The Energy Bar Association.

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    EBA Primer: Environmental Law
    EBA
    Next in the series of EBA Primers is Environment Law to be held September 29-30, 2015. This course is intended for new energy lawyers practicing environmental law and energy transaction lawyers who need an overview of environmental laws and regulations. Registration is open now, so make sure you reserve your space before the event is full!
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    EBA Second Annual Canadian Program
    EBA
    Mark your calendars for a long weekend in the Canadian Rockies this fall following the second annual Canadian program on October 9, 2015. The Canadian Rockies are rated by National Geographic as one of the top 10 most scenic locations in the world, so it is a bucket list location and just 90 minutes west of Calgary.
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    2015 EBA Mid-Year Meeting
    EBA
    Save the date of November 18-19, 2015 for the Energy Bar Association’s Mid-Year Meeting & Conference.


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    INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTS


    Century-old law looms as hurdle for exports push
    Environment & Energy Publishing
    With a growing body of research backing their economic and security arguments, supporters of ending the crude export ban are growing increasingly confident about the legislative prospects of repealing what they call an antiquated policy. "Really the momentum is building," Sen. John Hoeven (R-N.D.) told reporters recently. "You've got a lot more information out there showing that it's good for the country, it's good for job creation, and it ultimately will help us continue to build our energy industry and lower prices at the pump."
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    Crude estimate: How ending Iran sanctions may impact oil markets
    U.S. News & World Report
    Anticipation that a nuclear deal with Iran was imminent — and that it would ease international sanctions on the country's oil and gas sectors – briefly dropped crude oil prices to new lows recently. The country holds the fourth-largest oil reserves in the world, and it is sitting on another 20 to 40 million barrels in storage on-shore and in more than a dozen tankers floating off its coast — oil that could immediately flood a market already awash in cheap crude if and when sanctions are lifted.
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    FERC, PJM file briefs in Supreme Court demand response case
    Utility Dive
    For more than a year now, the demand response industry has been watching the court fight over FERC Order 745 play out. And while oral arguments and an ultimate decision are still months away, the debate has entered a new phase with supporters of FERC's authority filing initial briefs with the high court.
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    Court: Colorado renewable energy law is constitutional
    North American Windpower
    In a precedent-setting decision, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the constitutionality of Colorado's renewable portfolio standard (RPS) on July 13, ruling that the state's RPS does not impose unlawful regulations on out-of-state companies. In their written opinion, the judges determined that Colorado's RPS would not harm interstate commerce.
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    UPCOMING EBA EVENTS

    SEPTEMBER
    Sept. 10-11 — 14th Annual Gas and Power Institute Co-Sponsored Program
    Sept. 29-30 — EBA Primer: Environmental Law

    OCTOBER
    Oct. 9 — EBA Second Annual Canadian Program

    NOVEMBER
    Nov. 18-19 — 2015 EBA Mid-Year Meeting

    A full calendar of events can be found here.
     



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