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Unlocking the Fracking Revolution:
Understanding FERC Regulations and their Role in the Oil & Gas Economy

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 • 1:00 pm ET/12:00 pm CT/11:00 am MT/10:00 am PT


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Webinar Details

Subject: FERC

Prerequisites: None

Recommended Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Program Knowledge Level: Basic

Advanced Preparation: None

The technological revolution in fracking creates dramatic opportunities for the oil and natural gas industries. Players who understand the role of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) will be in the best position to seize those opportunities.

The challenge, however, is to do more than comply with FERC regulations on oil and gas transmission pipelines. It’s about knowing how to use FERC’s regulatory framework to increase your profits. Obtaining FERC certification, is necessary for interstate natural gas pipeline companies to acquire eminent domain rights and the protection of federal preemption but—it’s only the first step.

Sign up today to gain the best strategies obtaining certification, complying regulations and growing your business. Here’s how.

Register now  for Unlocking the Fracking Revolution: Understanding FERC Regulations and their Role in the Oil & Gas Economy.

In this 60-minute webinar, Tamar Cerafici, Esq.—an expert on today’s energy regulatory and policy framework—maps out FERC’s emerging role in the US oil and gas industry. You’ll gain insights that are critical for capitalizing on the boom, including practical tips for complying with FERC regulations and obtaining FERC certification.

Get greater power to navigate and negotiate. You’ll update your knowledge of FERC’s role regulating oil and gas transmission pipelines. From terms and conditions, to how FERC works with state regulations that govern fracking, you’ll learn how to navigate the changing compliance landscape when constructing pipelines and negotiating rates. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now to master “FERC 101” in the changing gas and oil industry. Attendees who complete the webinar will: 

  • Understand FERC’s role in the energy and environment infrastructure
  • Explore developments in FERC’s regulatory strategies
  • Learn how FERC is meeting new challenges emerging in the gas and oil “boom”
  • Understand how FERC regulations work with state regulations to govern fracking
  • Review FERC’s role in regulating transmission of oil and gas through pipelines
  • Explore current projects that will strain FERC’s resources.

Understanding FERC’s regulatory scope is critical for capitalizing on emerging opportunities, negotiating rates and navigating compliance issues.  Don’t miss this opportunity to get expert guidance and practical tips that can make all the difference!

Register now  for Unlocking the Fracking Revolution: Understanding FERC Regulations and their Role in the Oil & Gas Economy.

Who Will Benefit

This webinar is of value to anyone who deals with regulation of pipelines and other forms of energy transmission. Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • Attorneys
  • Engineers
  • Managers


Tamar Cerafici

Tamar Cerafici is one of the few legal professionals in the industry who has run the gamut of new reactor licensing in the United States, from the blank page to approval. For nearly ten years she has been a leader in building the regulatory and policy framework for a new generation of nuclear plants of all sizes and designs. Currently, she advises clients interested in financing small and medium sized reactors.

Ms. Cerafici is an acknowledged expert in Nuclear Regulatory Commission regulations, policy and procedure. Additionally, she is unique in her ability to apply federal and local environmental regulations to nuclear development projects.

In her twenty-year career as an environmental lawyer, she has worked closely with legislators, regulators, and owners to develop unique management strategies for hazardous materials, including high-level and low-level nuclear waste cleanup. She is internationally recognized for her ability to bridge the continuing divide between environmental and nuclear regulations.

She has several firsts on her record. She was a major contributor to the first Early Site Permit granted under 10 CFR part 52, successfully implementing alternative site analyses that have become the general standard. She has also successfully resolved disputes with the NRC, and has defended environmental challenges to new plant applications. She has testified as an expert witness before the Atomic Safety Licensing Board as well as NRC public meetings.

She is a popular speaker, author, and lecturer. In her spare time, she provides career counseling for law students and professionals in transition.

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