Rates, Regulation, and Policy – Early Fall 2013

Regulatory policy continues to shape both gas and power industries. President Obama’s new Energy Secretary brings some new policy priorities, as issues surrounding LNG exports raise opportunity and concern. Meanwhile, NERC continues to examine operational issues of gas-dependent power markets. And with a new administrator, EPA presses on with a number of major power sector regulations. Read more below.

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