ScottMadden, Inc., one of North America’s leading energy consulting firms, recently released its newest edition of the Energy Industry Update. This semi-annual publication offers our inside view of major events and emerging trends in the energy industry. This edition premieres a new, easy to digest format. It features analysis of EPA’s new rule regulating coal combustion residuals (CCRs) that will help industry leaders understand the rule and what it means.
ScottMadden’s Energy Industry Update explores the new EPA rule, compliance requirements and the implications for the industry.
Environmental regulations are being implemented, and utilities are putting implementation plans into motion as a long-awaited rule on coal combustion residuals is finalized and contours of proposed rules governing greenhouse gas emissions from new and existing sources are finalized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. But uncertainty remains as legal challenges loom on several fronts. Stuart Pearman, partner and energy practice leader said, “The new Coal Combustion Residuals Rule is an important new piece of this emerging puzzle.”
To view or download the Winter 2015 edition of The Energy Industry Update click here.
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