Andrew Bailey, REM, pres, ECA Risk Management; Henry C. Campen, Jr., Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP; T. Richard Kane, Poyner Spruill LLP
North Carolina’s energy regulation and enforcement arena have produced many new developments in environmental law practice. This two-day seminar will examine questions such as What does North Carolina’s future hold for non-traditional forms of energy, such as shale gas and wind power? What environmental issues are implicated by hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling? What legislative and regulatory hurdles impede access to these new forms of energy?
Experts will discuss contaminated property valuation and managing transactional environmental risks to clarify the complex concerns and prepare for issues that arise in the use of different forms of energy into a new energy economy.