About this Program

With the rapid development of the Bakken reserves in North Dakota, increased production from shale formations, and dramatic development of the Canadian oil sands, the need to move oil and gas to market is growing and an understanding of the difference between oil and gas pipelines and their governing regulatory regimes is critical.  Join Elisabeth Myers, an experienced oil and gas regulatory lawyer, as she addresses the main law that governs oil pipelines, the major differences between jurisdiction over and the regulation of oil and gas pipelines, how rates for oil pipelines are set and how they change, and the procedural nuances of the oil pipeline regulatory practice.  Also, you don't want to miss her insights into some of the latest developments in the industry.

Agenda:

I.              Oil Pipeline Law
II.             Jurisdictional Issues
III.            Rates for Oil Pipelines
IV.             Procedural Nuances
V.              Latest Developments

Reviews

Thomas Edward
Taylorville, IL

excellent speaker

Sarah
Huntington,

very good, very clear

Mark
Chicago, IL

timely, talks about keystone pipeline

Matthew
Coraopolis, PA

Good production

Patricia
Navasota, TX

helpful

William
Paso Robles,

good overview

John A.
Fort Sam Houston, TX

Excellent introduction to the field.

joseph
Armonk, NY

Good overview

Sarah
Bellaire, TX

very interesting. excellent speaker and materials

Aramis
Ventura, CA

great knowledge

YEWANDE
Bronx, NY

Good insight

Rating

Presenters

Production Date

April 30, 2012

Credits

Alaska
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Arizona
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California
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Missouri
1 General
North Dakota
1 General
Texas
1 General
New York
1 Professional Practice
Virginia
1 General
Georgia
1 General
Hawaii
1 General
New Jersey
1 General
Illinois
1 General
Pennsylvania
1 General