Can They Survive FERC’s Actions? – WebInars
Restructuring Today presents a brand-new web conference… Understanding Rights of First Refusal: Can They Survive FERC’s Actions? Tuesday, November 9, 2010, 2-3:30 p.m. EDT (11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Pacific) REGISTER NOW YOUR PRESENTERS: Ali Amirali, Starwood Energy Group Gary Guy, Chief FERC Counsel, BGE NEW! Stephen Kozey, Vice President and General Counsel, Midwest ISO Sharon Segner, Director, Project Development, LS Power Sam Spencer (Moderator), Editor and Publisher, Restructuring Today The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) recently eliminated a PJM practice where utilities had the rights of first refusal (ROFR) to build planned transmission lines that went through its territory, even if a third party had already started developing the line. In spite of the fact that utilities have express concern about their loss of rights, and even filed for a rehearing, FERC is still thinking about broadening the elimination to all ISO/RTOs through its transmission NOPR. But because FERC understands there’s a significant lack of clarity on rights of first refusal, they’re taking a long hard look at its proposal. Several Midwest ISO transmission owners have already told FERC that they would consider leaving the market if it carried out the policy in their territory. The issue is also a concern in the California ISO’s revised transmission planning process. So what does all this mean for you? Find out how the elimination of ROFRs could change the future of the transmission business when you join Restructuring Today for its latest web conference “Understanding Rights of First Refusal: Can They Survive FERC’s Actions?” on Tuesday, November 9, 2010. Listen as our panel of experts offers its interpretation of how FERC is likely to act on this key issue. You’ll hear arguments on both sides of the debate and gain a better understanding of the implications for the future of ISOs and their transmission-owning members. Whether you work for a transmission-owning utility or non-utility transmission firm, you’re an ISO/RTO member, or a state and federal regulators—anyone with a vested interest in transmission rights, this is one web conference you can’t afford to miss so be sure to register today. Best of all, you and your entire team can participate in this web conference for one low flat fee of only $197 per dial-in site. You can even ask your own questions and get advice from our experts, tailored to your specific needs, when we open up the phone lines for live Q&A from the audience. The early-bird registration discount ends October 29, 2010 so reserve your spot for this timely web conference today! RESTRUCTURING TODAY WEB CONFERENCE AT A GLANCE DATE: Tuesday, November 9, 2010 TIME: 2 p.m. EST; 1 p.m. CST; 12 p.m. MST; 11 a.m. PST PLACE: Your telephone or speakerphone COST: $197 per dial-in site (unlimited attendance per site) through 10/29/10; $247 thereafter TO REGISTER: Click here or call 1-888-471-4447 Here are some of the questions you’ll get answers to when you attend this in-depth 90-minute conference: If FERC decides to leave the rights as they are, will it stop ISO/RTOs from removing those rights from their utility members? If FERC removes the rights across ISO/RTOs, what strategies will utilities need to build and own the transmission projects they want? How can non-utility transmission builders take advantage of the new landscape if FERC takes ROFRs away — or compete effectively for projects if ROFRs remain? What will replace the ROFR system if it goes away? Because the future of the green-power industry hinges on the rollout of new transmission projects, what are the implications for its survival? …and much more! Your web conference registration includes: A site license to attend the conference (invite as many people as you can fit around your speakerphone at no extra charge). PowerPoint presentations from our speakers. The opportunity to connect directly with our speakers during the audience Q&A session. The ability to ask questions anonymously before and during the event. Register Now! Or for more information, call us toll-free at 1-888-471-4447. ——————————————————————————– Restructuring Today’s mission is to deliver exclusive news chronicling ongoing efforts to open competitive wholesale and retail energy markets with in-depth analysis on why some fail and others succeed. We respect your privacy and pledge to keep your contact information in strict confidence. We never share your email address with any other firm or entity in any way. A Sales Representative can be reached at 1-888-471-4447 toll-free in US & Canada), email@example.com or GHI LLC, 4908 Hornbeam Drive, Rockville, MD 20853-1475 USA.