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Can Competitive Markets Deliver in a Low Commodity Price World

WednesdayJune 29, 2016 12:15 PM - 6:00 PM Kleinman | Paid Event Register Here
Location
Kleinman Center for Energy Policy
220 S. 34th St. Fisher Fine Arts Library, 4th Floor
19104 Philadelphia , PA
United States
Pennsylvania US
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  • Andrew Waranch
    Director of Business Development
    Hudson Ridge Asset Management
  • John Monaghan
    Partner
    Holland & Knight
  • Julien Dumoulin-Smith
    Exec. Dir., Equity Research
    UBS Securities, LLC
  • W. Kevin Hughes
    Chairman
    Maryland Public Service Commission
  • John Hanger
    President
    Hanger Consulting
  • Scott Hempling
    Attorney
    Law LLC
  • Vincent Duane
    Senior VP and General Counsel
    PJM

“Can Competitive Markets Deliver in a Low Commodity Price World (and what’s the appropriate role for state regulation)?”

Wednesday, June 29, 2016, 12:15 pm to 6:00 pm

Kleinman Center for Energy Policy, Penn, 220 S. 34th St, Philadelphia

Convener/Moderator: Dr. Jonathan Raab, Raab Associates, Ltd.

Host: Kleinman Center for Energy Policy

Registration, refreshments & networking begin at 12:15. Roundtable starts promptly at 1:00 and adjourns at 5. Reception 5 to 6.  

 

  AGENDA 

12:15 Registration and Refreshments 

1:00   Welcome—Moderator—Dr. Jonathan Raab, Raab Associates, Ltd. 

1:05   Market, Industry, & Investment Challenges in a Low Commodity Price Environment 

Andrew Waranch, Director of Business Development, Hudson Ridge Asset Management
John Monaghan, Partner, Holland & Knight

Julien Dumoulin-Smith, Exec. Dir., Equity Research, UBS Securities, LLC
 

2:30   Break 

3:00   State Regulatory Market Interventions in the Pursuit of Public Policy Goals

Chairman W. Kevin Hughes, Maryland Public Service Commission
John Hanger, President, Hanger Consulting
Scott Hempling, Attorney at Law LLC 

Vincent Duane, Senior VP and General Counsel, PJM

5:00  Reception—Beer/Wine/Hors d’oeuvres

 

Registration Policy

General admission is $90.

Discounted admission is $45 and applies to employees of our sponsoring organizations, government employees and non-profit employees.  

Cancelation policy
 
Tickets are non-transferable. If you have registered but won't be able to attend, please let us know ASAP so we can allow someone from the waiting list to take your place. Refunds will be accepted up to 48 hours before the start of the Roundtable. To cancel your registration or get a refund, please reply to your confirmation email from Eventbrite or contact susan@raabassociates.org