Thursday, March 28, 2013
Today, Friday, March 29, the University of Idaho College of Law is hosting a symposium on hydraulic fracturing. You can watch it live here. The schedule of events and speaker bios is here and below. All times Mountain.
Introductions and Welcome (8:30 – 8:45)
Science and Technology of Hydraulic Fracturing (8:45-9:45)
Moderator: Anastasia Telesetsky (Idaho)
John Imse (NORWEST)
Virginia Gillerman (Idaho Geological Survey)
Regulation of Hydraulic Fracturing’s Environmental Effects (10:00 – 12:35)
Water. (10:00 – 11:00)
Moderator: Barbara Cosens (Idaho)
Joseph Dellapenna (Villanova)
Robin Kundis Craig (Utah)
Air & Land. (11:00 – 12:20)
Moderator: Jerrold Long (Idaho)
Jim Wedeking (Sidley Austin LLP)
Carlos Romo (Baker Botts LLP)
Elizabeth Burleson (Pace)
Morning Wrap-Up Panel Discussion (12:20 – 12:35)
Lunch Break (12:35-1:50)
State & Local Government Regulation of Hydraulic Fracturing (1:50 – 2:50)
Moderator: Stephen R. Miller (Idaho)
Uma Outka (Kansas)
Michael Christian (Marcus Christian Hardee & Davies LLP)
Two Hydraulic Fracturing Hot Topics: Trespass & Trade Secrets (2:50 – 3:50)
Chris Kulander (Texas Tech)
Keith Hall (Louisiana State)
Break (3:50 – 4:00)
Does Hydraulic Fracturing Have a Role in a Clean Energy Future? (4:00 – 5:00)
Moderator: Dale D. Goble (Idaho)
Joshua Fershee (West Virginia)
Patrick Parenteau (Vermont)
Concluding remarks (5:00 – 5:15)
Reception (5:15 – 6:15)
I've been working with the students on this event for a year, and am really looking forward to it. Hope you can join us online!
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