Articles from July 2013



The Great LNG Reversal

July 25, 2013 By: Peter van der Schans The US is transitioning from being a net importer of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to a net exporter. After going through a revival earlier this century, LNG imports into the US have been on the decline since 2007. As of March 2013, only three out of the [...]

Solar Power Projects Heat Up Across the US

July 25, 3013 The June issue of Construction Headline News brings the activity of the US solar market to light. Photovoltaic panel manufacturers are trying to keep pace with the many solar power projects ramping up across California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and Georgia. Many of these public and private ventures will be the biggest [...]

Experts and Evidence and Exhibits, Oh My!

July 7, 2013 By Peter W. van der Schans The Energy Bar Association’s (EBA) 2013 Spring quarterly newsletter, EBA Update, has an interesting article in the “Judge’s Corner” written by guest columnist, The Honorable Steven L. Sterner. His article, “Effectively Building a Record,” discusses how trial counsel can present their case before the Federal Energy [...]