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Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
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Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Group: Session 2 Lecture and Tutorial
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  • 1. Session 2: Development of the First Internationally Accepted Standard for Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide under International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Tuesday 18 March 2014, 0900 AEDT
  • 2. Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Tutorial Group The Junior Professional Legal and Regulatory Tutorial Group is a Global CCS Institute learning opportunity, presented by leading experts, that focuses on developing the CCS legal and regulatory knowledge of junior professionals, recent graduates and students. Session 1 Sallie Greenberg Public Engagement RCSP Project Development and the Legal Issues, Class VI permitting issues Session 2 Steve Carpenter ISO process Session 3 Diana Poputoaia EU Transposition of CCS Directive in Romania Session 4 Andrew Gilder CCS in South Africa
  • 3. Craig Hart Craig Hart is the ENN Group Associate Professor at Renmin University of China's School of Environment and Natural Resources and a Lecturer at Johns Hopkins University's Energy Policy and Climate program. As a practicing attorney, he has over 15 years' experience practicing law in the fields of project finance, carbon finance and capital markets. He has represented project developers in the United States geologic sequestration demonstration projects, in China on Ingtegrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) power projects under China's 863 Program, and has advised industry groups and international organizations on CCS policy and regulation in the United States and Asia. He is currently conducting separate studies of CCS regulation for Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) and the Asian Development Bank covering nine developing countries. He holds a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a JD from the University of California at Berkeley.
  • 4. Pamela Tomski Pamela Tomski is the Senior Advisor, Policy and Regulatory – Americas at the Global CCS Institute. She has over 15 years' experience working globally on various aspects of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies from building research, development, and demonstration collaborations to education and capacity building, regulatory frameworks, and policy and market development. She is Founder & Director of the Research Experience in Carbon Sequestration (RECS) program, the premier US CCS education and training experience and career network for young professionals; Advisory Board Member of the Southeast Carbon Sequestration Technology Training Program, and CCUS Research Coordination Network. Pamela has been active with the US regional carbon sequestration partnerships, and served as Director of Regulatory Compliance, Education and Outreach in the Big Sky region. She is also a member of the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF) CCS Academic Task Force, an expert peer reviewer for the International Energy Agency (IEA) Greenhouse Gas Technologies Conference, and stakeholder to the IEA Clean Coal Centre. Pamela serves as a Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, a Washington, DC-based think tank, with a focus on clean energy technologies, including advanced fossil energy systems and CCS. She is an Adjunct Professor at Tuskegee University, and Advisor to the Inter-University Student Initiative in Carbon Sequestration.
  • 5. Steven Carpenter Steven M. Carpenter is a Vice President with Advanced Resources International, Inc. He has 25 years of experience in the energy, mining, federal, and international contracting industries. He is an internationally recognized Subject Matter Expert for climate change policy, carbon, and risk management issues. Mr. Carpenter’s clientele include the Canadian Standards Association (CSA), International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC), the Energy Mineral Law Foundation (EMLF), the Southern States Energy Board (SSEB), the World Bank/International Finance Corporation, EPA, DOE, DOD, USACE, USAID, USTDA, and the Country of Turkey. Mr. Carpenter is a certified Greenhouse Gas Verifier & Quantifier under ISO 14064, 14065, and 17024. Mr. Carpenter is the Chair and Head of Delegation for the US Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to ISO TC-265: Carbon dioxide capture, transportation, and geological storage. Mr. Carpenter received the Lifetime Gubernatorial appointment to the esteemed rank of the Executive Order of the Ohio Commodore. He is a Trustee of the Energy Mineral Law Foundation, a member of the Advisory Board to the International Pittsburgh Coal Conference at the Swanson School of Engineering, at the University of Pittsburgh. Mr. Carpenter holds a Master’s degree in Conflict Analysis and Engagement of Environmental Public Policy from Antioch University and a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from Earlham College and will complete his Ph.D. next year.
  • 6. QUESTIONS  We will collect questions during the lecture.  Your tutors will pose these questions to the lecturer once the lecture has concluded.  Please submit your questions directly into the GoToWebinar control panel. The webinar will start shortly.
  • 7. 7 Prepared for: Junior Professional Legal & Regulatory Tutorial Group Prepared By: Steven M Carpenter, VP Batavia (Cincinnati), OH USA 17 March 2014 TC-265: Development of the First Internationally Accepted Standard for Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide under International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  • 8. 8 The material in this Presentation is intended for general information only. Any use of this material in relation to any specific application should be based on independent examination and verification of its unrestricted applicability for such use and on a determination of suitability for the application by professionally qualified personnel. No license under any Advanced Resources International, Inc., patents or other proprietary interest is implied by the publication of this Presentation. Those making use of or relying upon the material assume all risks and liability arising from such use or reliance. Disclaimer
  • 9. 9 TC-265: CCS under ISO 1 Why CCS? 2 Standards 3 Z-741 4 ISO process 5 Next Steps 6 Questions, Comments, Concerns
  • 10. 10 1: Why CCS?
  • 11. 11 President’s Climate Action Plan: Three overarching themes 11 Mitigation (emissions reduction)  ALL OF THE ABOVE Scenario  Efficiency, Renewables, Nuclear, Gas  Coal with CCS/CCUS Adaptation and resilience  Smart, reliable grid  Key infrastructure investments International Partnerships  China and Asia  Coordinated intl. efforts Source: Dr. S. Julio Friedmann, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Clean Coal, presented at GCCSI Americas Forum, Washington, DC, 27 FEB 2014
  • 12. 12 President Obama’s Climate Action Plan focuses on US power sector CO2 emissions 12 • ~20 directives and initiatives to reduce US GHG emissions. • The EPA WILL complete CO2 performance standards for power plants under the Clean Air Act Final ruleDraft rule 2013 2014 2016 20172015 20 Sept. 2013 1 June 2014 1 June 2015 30 June 2016 State implementation plans New presidentElection year CO2 NSPS – New Source Performance Standards* CO2 ESPS – Existing Source Performance Standards 2014–15 Source: Dr. S. Julio Friedmann, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Clean Coal, presented at GCCSI Americas Forum, Washington, DC, 27 FEB 2014
  • 13. 13 CCS is Vital Source: Brad Page, CEO, Global CCS Institute, presented at Institute Americas Forum, Washington DC, 27 Feb 2014 Importance of CCS acknowledged CCS identified as an essential technology in limiting temperature increase to 2°C International Energy Agency Wide adoption of CCS part of the scenario that achieves 450 ppm atmospheric stabilization level for CO2 World Energy Council Availability of CCS is critical for producing 450 ppm Energy Modeling Forum 27 Study CCS is an important technology in the long run…deployment to drive down costs is desirable UK Committee on Climate Change Commercial demonstration of CCS essential for deployment in the 2030 timeframe European Commission CCS to be cost effective when transformational technologies emerge US Climate Action Report 2014
  • 14. 14 Significant global policy & regulatory developments • US EPA releases proposals dealing with power plant CO2 emissions and geologic carbon storage United States • Alberta Government releases final draft of the Regulatory Framework Assessment report Canada • COP 19 held in Warsaw • Focus on universal post-2020 climate agreement in Paris, in 2015 Global • UK Energy Act receives Royal Assent and becomes law United Kingdom • EC proposes climate targets out to 2030 • European Parliament supports MEP Chris Davies’ report on CCS in Europe Continental Europe Source: Brad Page, CEO, Global CCS Institute, presented at Institute Americas Forum, Washington DC, 27 Feb 2014
  • 15. 15 DOE 10th Annual CCS Conference “Building on a Decade of Progress to Assure Commercial Deployment”… Stuart Dalton, Director of Generation, EPRI concluded his plenary presentation discussing EOR as it relates to CCS… “Policy trumps funding and funding trump technology” …CCS as a CDM is not a technological issue, and CO2- EOR is one way to achieve commercial deployment!
  • 16. 16 EPA’s Regulatory ―Train Wreck‖ Source: Edison Electric Institute and Dick Winschel, CONSOL Energy
  • 17. 17 CCS Regulatory ―Train Wreck‖
  • 18. 18 CCS deployment “Policy trumps funding and funding trump technology”…  CCS deployment is not a technological issue  CCS deployment is a policy issue  CCS deployment is a regulatory issue  CCS is an approved CDM under UNFCCC
  • 19. 19 CCS deployment Source: Dr. S. Julio Friedmann, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Clean Coal, presented at Global CCS Institute Americas Forum, Washington DC, 27 Feb 2014
  • 20. 20 What is a CDM?  Clean Development Mechanism, established under the Kyoto Protocol  Managed by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)  Primary International Offset Program for GHG reduction in developing countries  Generates Certified Emission Reductions (CER) or “carbon credits” = financial mechanism for implementation  Carbon must monetized and tradable
  • 21. 21 GHG offset under CDM must be: 1. Additional(ity) – in addition to BAU 2. Measurable – MVA, MMV, MRV 3. Independently Audited – 3rd party, no OCI 4. Unambiguously Owned – based clearly on domestic and international law, no double counting 5. Address/Account for leakage – outside of the project boundary – MVA, MMV, MRV 6. Permanent – non-reversible
  • 22. 22 2: Standards
  • 23. 23 What are Standards?  Consensus based  Designed as a rule, guideline or definition  Revisable and updateable  Voluntary  Standards must fit to purpose: – Prescriptive based – Objectives based – Performance based – Principles based – Hybrids
  • 24. 24 Why Standards?  Because they are not laws… – Standards & regulations can work together  Not Mandated  Typically initiated by industry… – And therefore better received and used by industry because they are part of the process  Demonstrate regulatory compliance  Streamline the regulatory process  Harmonize across jurisdictions
  • 25. 25 Harmonization March 12, 2014 NSPS Testimony to the US House Science Committee Best Available Control Technology (BACT)
  • 26. 26 Must INCLUDE any and all… • UNFCCC - IPCC • ISO • EU European Directives • USDOE • USEPA • NGO’s (WRI, Global CCS Institute, etc.) • Federal, Provincial, State regulations • Future expected directives
  • 27. 27 3: Z-741-12
  • 28. 28 World's first formally recognized CCS standard – Geologic Storage Z-742-12 Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide  International Standards Organization - 31000, 17024, 14064, 14065  International Performance Assessment Centre for Geologic Storage of CO2 – Seed document  Canadian Standards Association - ISO Secretariat, standards developer  Bi-national agreement between USA & Canada
  • 29. 29 Why is Z-741-12 important? 1. Additional(ity) – in addition to BAU 2. Measurable – MVA, MMV, MRV 3. Independently Audited – 3rd party, no OCI 4. Unambiguously Owned – based clearly on domestic and international law, no double counting 5. Address/Account for leakage – outside of the project boundary – MVA, MMV, MRV 6. Permanent – non-reversible
  • 30. 30 Brought together 2 nations…
  • 31. 31 TOC and Life Cycle 1. Scope 2. Reference publications 3. Definitions 4. Management systems 5. Site screening, selection, and characterization 6. Risk management 7. Well infrastructure development 8. Monitoring & verification 9. Closure
  • 32. 32 Irony of all Ironies… Beer, Pizza & Hockey…40 = 52 = 47
  • 33. 33 4: ISO Process
  • 34. 34 ISO = A Global System
  • 35. 35 ISO Standards Development
  • 36. 36 ISO Standards Development • ISO does not write standards • Technical Committees write standards • P-Member countries approve standards • Nations adopt ISO standards • ISO does not influence the technical content
  • 37. 37 ISO Documents & Timeframes International Standard (IS) Technical Specification (TS) Publically Available Specification (PAS) Technical Report (TR) Three (3) years to draft a document Two (2) years to approve (consensus) a document > 5 years = Not ready for prime time
  • 38. 38 ISO TC 265 – CCS Organization Participants Members Twined Secretariat Canada & China Countries P-Member Nations O-Member Nations Liaisons NGOs & Liaisons US TAG
  • 39. 39 ISO TC 265 – P-Members Participating Countries: Australia Malaysia Canada Netherlands China Norway France South Africa Germany Spain India Sweden Italy Switzerland Japan United Kingdom Korea United States (ANSI)  Voting Members  Guaranteed International Expert Participation on all WGs
  • 40. 40 ISO TC 265 – O-Members Observing Countries: Argentina Iran Brazil New Zealand Czech Rep. Serbia Egypt Sri Lanka Finland  Non-voting Members  May request International Expert Participation on all WGs  May upgrade to P-Member at any time
  • 41. 41 ISO TC 265 – Liaisons • ISO TC207 Environmental Management • ISO TC67 Petroleum and Natural Gas • CEN/TC 234 Gas Infrastructure • Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF) • European Industrial Gases Association (EIGA) • Global CCS Institute (GCCSI) • International Energy Association (IEA) • IEAGHG • CO2 GeoNet • World Resources Institute (WRI)  Non-voting Members  Guaranteed International Expert Participation on all WGs
  • 42. 42 TC-265 Working Groups TC-265 WG1 Capture WG2 Transportation WG3 Storage WG4 Q&V (MVA) WG5 Cross-Cutting WG6 CO2-EOR
  • 43. 43 WG1: Capture Technical Report (TR):  Pre-, post-, & oxyfuel combustion capture  Industrial processes  Separation, purification  Dehydration, compression and pumping  Liquefaction, installation, operation, maintenance  Quality of CO2 streams  Monitoring, management systems  Plant retrofitting  4 US Members  All have lead author roles
  • 44. 44 WG2: Transportation Pipeline transportation systems boundaries: • Pipelines not currently covered by existing ISO/TC-67 standards • Health, safety and environment (HSE) aspects specific to transport • Monitoring of CO2  2 US Members
  • 45. 45 WG3: Storage Geological storage of carbon dioxide; Canada (Onshore) Japan (Offshore):  Z-741-12 as seed document  Site selection  Site characterization  Risk assessment & management  Well construction  Closure  Post-closure  8 US Members  Many have lead or co- lead author roles
  • 46. 46 WG4: Quantification & Verification Quantification & Verification Methodology (TR); Led by China, with support from France:  Project boundary & leakage  CO2 quantification  Monitoring and reporting  Third party verification  Life Cycle Analysis  4 US Members
  • 47. 47 WG5: Crosscutting Issues Definitions & Vocabulary; Led by France, with support from China:  Terminology  Definitions  System Integration  Public Participation & Engagement  Mixing of gas streams from different sources  7 US Members  Many have lead or co- lead author roles
  • 48. 48 WG6: CO2-EOR Carbon Dioxide Storage using EOR; led by USA, with support from Norway: • Low-pressure subsurface oil field operating environments • Reservoir & pore space management • Manage known lateral stratigraphic traps in the target formation • Coordination with WGs1-5  14 US Members  1 - Norway  5 - Canada  2 – China  2 - Japan  2 - IEA  26 Total Members Expected:  France  UK  Liaisons
  • 49. 49 5: Next Steps
  • 50. 50 Next Steps…  Three plenary meetings to date – Europe & Asia  April 2014 – WG & Plenary Meeting – Berlin  Summer 2014 – US TAG meeting – Cleveland  Fall 2014 – WG & Plenary Meeting – TBD  Spring 2015 – WG & Plenary Meeting – Norway  36 months to deliver draft  24 months to resolve issues  THE CLOCK IS RUNNING
  • 51. 51 6: Questions, Comments, Discussion…
  • 52. 52 Questions & Discussion 1. How are ISO standards developed and how do they relate to a legal framework for advancing CCS? 2. What different approaches are there to drafting to ISO standards, and their advantages and disadvantages? 3. How is the ISO process addressing the subject of managing risk for stored CO2?
  • 53. 53 Questions & Discussion 4. Would the Class VI be a suitable model for international standard and how might an international organization supervise a permitting program? 5. What are any key differences between US and EU regulatory processes regarding public engagement? 6. Is there something similar to the EU's "transfer of responsibility" requirement in the US?
  • 54. 54 Questions & Discussion 7. In Berlin, the USTAG members will address the issue of “boundary conditions”. What thoughts/ideas/suggestions can you provide to the USTAG for the Berlin WG meetings? 8. In Berlin, the USTAG members will address the issue of “CO2-EOR”. What thoughts/ideas/suggestions can you provide to the USTAG for the Berlin WG meetings?
  • 55. 55 Washington, DC 4501 Fairfax Drive, Suite 910 Arlington, VA 22203 Phone: (703) 528-8420 Fax: (703) 528-0439 Houston, Texas 11931 Wickchester Lane Suite 200 Houston, TX 77043-4574 Phone: (281) 558-6569 Fax: (281) 558-9202 Cincinnati, Ohio 1282 Secretariat Court Batavia, OH 45103 Phone: (513) 460-0360 scarpenter@adv-res.com Advanced Resources International www.adv-res.com Thank You
  • 56. 56 Back-up, Supporting Slides, & Further Reading
  • 57. 57 Further Reading BUSINESS PLAN - ISO/TC 265 Carbon Dioxide Capture, Transportation and Geological Storage (CCS) http://isotc.iso.org/livelink/livelink/fetch/2000/2122/687806/ISO_TC_265__Carbon_di oxide_capture%2C_transportation_and_geological_storage_%28CCS%29_.pdf?nod eid=15401380&vernum=-2 ISO Standards Catalogue http://www.iso.org/iso/home/store/catalogue_tc/catalogue_tc_browse.htm?c ommid=648607&development=on CCS Standards in the Energy Industry https://www.academia.edu/attachments/33080119/download_file?st=MTM5 NDcxNTYxOSw3NC4yMTUuMi4yNDcsMjQ0Mjk0NQ%3D%3D&ct=MTM5N DcxNTYyMSwyNDQyOTQ1
  • 58. 58 Further Reading Carbon Sequestration: Critical Property Rights and Legal Liabilities — Real Impediments or Red Herrings? https://www.academia.edu/6205676/Carbon_Sequestration_Critical_Proper ty_Rights_and_Legal_Liabilities_-_Real_Impediments_or_Red_Herrings A Multi-Quadrant Analysis of Two International Climate Change Mitigation Projects https://www.academia.edu/4035065/A_Multi- Quadrant_Analysis_of_Two_International_Climate_Change_Mitigation_Pro jects
  • 59. 59 US TAG Membership Role, Requested Expert Membership to International WG Affiliation Carpenter Steven Chair, Head of Delegation, WG2 & WG6 Advanced Resources Weis Julie Project Manager - US TAG to TC-264 CSA Cairns Julie Sr. PM, Assistant PM for US TAG to TC-265 CSA Ehlers Peter PgM - Alternative Energy, CSA CSA Batum Melissa BOEM Coddington Kipp WG3 & WG6 NACCSA Comello Stephen WG5 Stanford Duguid Andrew WG3 & WG6 Schlumberger Ekmann Jim WG1 Leonardo Tech Esposito Richard WG3 & WG6 Southern Company Feldman Arnie WG1 & WG5 JJD Environmental Forbes Sarah WG5 WRI Frailey Scott WG3 & WG6 Illinois GS Greenberg Sallie WG5 Illinois GS Herzog Howard WG1 MIT Hill Bruce WG6 CATF Hovorka Sue WG6 UT-BEG Hnottavange-Telleen Ken WG5 Schlumberger Jenvey Nigel WG6 BP Koperna George WG6 Advanced Resources Marston Phil WG5 & WG6 Marston Law Mohaghegh Shahab WG4 & WG6 WVU Pashin Jack WG3 OSU Ripepi Nino WG4 VT Sams Kimberly WG3 SSEB Schnacke Greg WG2 & WG6 Denbury Surface Michael WG1 Dominion Thomas Burt WG4 USGS Van Voorhees Bob WG3 & WG5 & WG6 USCCSA Wade Sarah WG4 & WG6 Wade, LLC Woods Mark WG1 Booz Allen Hamilton Members
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  • 67. QUESTIONS / DISCUSSION Please submit your questions in English directly into the GoToWebinar control panel. The webinar will start shortly.
  • 68. Tutorial Extranet Group: https://inside.cleanenergyconnect.com/groups/junior-professional-legal- and-regulatory-group-2014

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