Coal Q&A Webcast | Natural Gas Infrastructure Readiness Assessment

Theresa Pugh, Theresa Pugh Consulting
Thursday, April 6, 2017 ˜ 2-3 p.m. Eastern

The increasing reliance on natural gas for power generation, a need for natural gas storage capability and pipeline capacity, the aging state of existing natural gas infrastructure, safety and localized reliability concerns post-Aliso Canyon, and public opposition to infrastructure – what implications do these have for electricity costs and localized reliability? How might these natural gas issues impact the future for coal? 

Join us Theresa Pugh discusses an assessment of natural gas infrastructure readiness, and related policy and regulatory matters, including:

• Consequences of pipeline, compressor station, & possible localized storage service disruptions
• Implications of new safety and repair regulations 
• Outlook for reliable gas delivery to states lacking gas storage due to unsuitable geology 
• FERC – pipeline projects on hold until appointments are made 
• Local and regional reactions to gas generation, storage, and pipeline facilities
• Lessons from the Dakota Access Pipeline permitting process 

Register Today:
There is no charge for members of the 
American Coal Council, but pre-registration is required.
Non-members may register for a fee of $50.

Theresa Pugh is an environmental policy consultant assisting clients including electric utilities and a major oil and gas trade association. Theresa’s background and more than 25 years of experience includes a variety of roles with the American Public Power Association, the American Petroleum Institute, and the National Association of Manufacturers.

The American Coal Council’s Coal Q&A Program provides a forum to address critical issues affecting the U.S. coal industry ˜ including coal producers, consumers and transporters.  Each program begins with a topic briefing by a leading industry analyst or representative, followed by Q&A session.