The Energy Industry after the Election: What to Expect in 2021 and Beyond

Blank Rome-Hosted Live Webinar

Online Event

Part of the Blank Rome Today’s Energy Industry Webinar Series 

The energy industry has been at the forefront of the 2020 election, and energy development is an issue that polarizes Americans and our businesses and political leaders in choosing the path for the future. Energy developments are inextricably linked to our economy and national security, and the decisions and policies that will be implemented over the next four years are critical to the nation and our participation and role in world affairs.

Please join us for this helpful and informative webinar where thought leaders from Blank Rome LLP and Blank Rome Government Relations LLC will provide their perspectives and insights on the following post-election topics:

  • The energy agenda of 117th Congress
    • Tax incentives
    • Hydraulic fracturing
    • Renewables
    • Climate change
  • The energy priorities of the next presidential administration
    • Energy policy
    • Regulatory developments impacting energy development and growth
    • Impacts of climate litigation and the environmental, social, and governance (“ESG”) movement
  • Transactions and energy development: Impact of the election on the markets


MODERATOR: Margaret Anne Hill, Partner, Blank Rome LLP

C.J. Zane, Managing Principal, Blank Rome Government Relations LLC

Joan M. Bondareff, Of Counsel, Blank Rome Government Relations LLC

Scott D. Hatch, Principal, Blank Rome Government Relations LLC

Frank L. Tamulonis III, Of Counsel, Blank Rome LLP

Keith B. Letourneau, Partner, Blank Rome LLP

Mark R. Haskell, Partner, Blank Rome LLP

Ira L. Herman, Partner, Blank Rome LLP

Barry Abrams, Partner, Blank Rome LLP


This course is approved for the following CLE credits:

CA – 1.0 general credit

DE – 1.0 general credit (application pending)

NJ – 1.0 general credit (through reciprocity)

OH – 1.0 general credit (application pending)

TX – 1.0 general credit


CT – 1.0 general credit (through reciprocity)

FL – 1.0 general credit (application pending)

NY – 1.0 general credit

PA – 1.0 general credit

VA – 1.0 general, distance learning credit (application pending)

QUESTIONS? Contact Mitchell Sterling via e-mail.