Natural Gas: Where Do We Go From Here?

October 12, 2016 Seminar Materials

On Thursday, October 6th, Verrill Dana and Pierce Atwood co-hosted Natural Gas: Where Do We Go From Here?. 16 presenters joined three panels to provide a diverse look at the natural gas industry in Maine. The full-day conference also included presentations from Director of the Governor's Energy Office Patrick Woodcock, who served as the event's keynote speaker, former Maine PUC Chair Mark Vannoy joined the seminar as the luncheon speaker, and PUC Commissioner Carlisle McLean, President of the Northeast Gas Association Tom Kiley, and Public Advocate Tim Schneider gave presentations as well. Presentation materials from this event may be accessed below.

Agenda and Speaker Bios

Panel #1 - Gas vs. Renewables - Allies or Competitors?

Panel #2 - Safety - Are we doing enough?

Panel #3 - Pipeline Expansion - Do we still need it?

Lunch Speaker Tom Welch: Natural Gas and Community

Tom Kiley - Regional Gas Market Outlook: Growth vs. Constraints

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