Thank you for your interest in the FERC Environmental Review and Compliance for Natural Gas Facilities Seminar!
- On Monday, August 7, 2017 FERC staff will present a 1/2 day session on "Being a Successful FERC 3rd Party Contractor. This session will assist contractors in navigating the different steps to complete while managing staff expectations throughout the NEPA review process.
- The first half of the Tuesday through Thursday (August 8-10, 2017), FERC Environmental Review and Compliance, 3-day interactive seminar will describe how to successfully navigate the FERC environmental review process and to prepare an Environmental Report in support of a FERC 7(c) Application.
- The second day and a half will include a brief introduction to pipeline construction for industry newcomers, a discussion of pre-construction preparation considerations, and a review of baseline mitigation measures for pipeline construction and restoration detailed in the FERC Upland Erosion Control, Revegetation, and Maintenance Plan and the FERC Wetland and Waterbody Construction and Mitigation Procedures.
Sign-in and course material distribution for the special Monday session will begin at 12:00 PM on Monday, August 7, 2017. There will be a separate sign-in and course material distribution for the Tuesday through Thursday session will begin at 7:30 AM on the first day (Tuesday) of the regular 3-day seminar. All seminar presentations will begin at 8:00 AM on a Tuesday and finish by 3:00 PM on a Thursday. Please visit the FERC website for more information on course content and instructors.
2017 SEMINAR LOCATIONS
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS MARCH 7-9, 2017
DENVER, COLORADO AUGUST 7-10, 2017
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA DECEMBER 5-7, 2017
WHAT PARTICIPANTS ARE SAYING
The program provided an invaluable introduction to the environmental regulatory approval and compliance process. The fact that so many of the attendees are well established in the industry is a real testament to the value, quality, and professionalism of the event.
You did an excellent job covering the material within a limited timeframe...and kept things interesting along the way. I learned a lot, enjoyed the course, and am looking forward to applying my newfound knowledge and skills in the field.
Course was more than expected. Well done.
...takes you through a project cradle to grave which many of us do not get to experience. Good format change.