Devastated By Coronavirus, New York’s Pipeline Politics Ensure A Tougher Second Round

Having just closed one reactor at the Indian Point Nuclear Facility, New York doubles down by rejecting a new natural gas pipeline. How will the New York City metropolitan area fare in the fall and winter?  Read my latest article in Forbes.com for some thoughts.

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Daniel Markind of Flaster Greenberg
Daniel Markind is a shareholder at Flaster Greenberg PC with over 35 years of experience as a real estate and corporate transactional attorney. He has represented individuals and companies in the energy industry for over 20 years. Dan is a frequent lecturer on Marcellus Shale and other mineral extraction issues and is regularly asked to speak at conferences, in the media and at other venues regarding energy issues and their legal and political implications.

Energy, Infrastructure & Economic Needs Provide Unique National Opportunity

Huge metal gas pipeline transporting gas

While we all suffer from the effects of the Coronavirus, it does provide an opportunity for the United States to solve many problems at once.  Read how in my latest piece for Forbes.com.

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Daniel Markind of Flaster Greenberg
Daniel Markind is a shareholder at Flaster Greenberg PC with over 35 years of experience as a real estate and corporate transactional attorney. He has represented individuals and companies in the energy industry for over 20 years. Dan is a frequent lecturer on Marcellus Shale and other mineral extraction issues and is regularly asked to speak at conferences, in the media and at other venues regarding energy issues and their legal and political implications.

Even Facing A Pandemic, NY State Remains In The Grip Of The Green Movement

While New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has received excellent reviews so far for his handling of the COVID-19 crisis, even during this period his fealty to New York State’s “green” movement may place his entire state at risk should the contagion linger or return.  Read my latest article on Forbes.com to learn why.

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Daniel Markind of Flaster Greenberg
Daniel Markind is a shareholder at Flaster Greenberg PC with over 35 years of experience as a real estate and corporate transactional attorney. He has represented individuals and companies in the energy industry for over 20 years. Dan is a frequent lecturer on Marcellus Shale and other mineral extraction issues and is regularly asked to speak at conferences, in the media and at other venues regarding energy issues and their legal and political implications.

To Fight The Coronavirus, The World Returns To Fossil Fuels

Coronavirus Virus Outbreak

Will one result of the COVID-19 crisis be a rethink of the utility of fossil fuels? See my latest column on Forbes.com to understand how the fight against the virus is returning America to fossil fuel products.

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Daniel Markind of Flaster Greenberg
Daniel Markind is a shareholder at Flaster Greenberg PC with over 35 years of experience as a real estate and corporate transactional attorney. He has represented individuals and companies in the energy industry for over 20 years. Dan is a frequent lecturer on Marcellus Shale and other mineral extraction issues and is regularly asked to speak at conferences, in the media and at other venues regarding energy issues and their legal and political implications.

The Appalachian Trail – A Battlefield In The Pipeline Conflict?

Oil well with pump-jack in the Carpathian Mountains

The latest skirmish in the fight over natural gas pipelines runs along the Appalachian Trail.  To see how and why, read my latest piece for Forbes.com.

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Daniel Markind of Flaster Greenberg
Daniel Markind is a shareholder at Flaster Greenberg PC with over 35 years of experience as a real estate and corporate transactional attorney. He has represented individuals and companies in the energy industry for over 20 years. Dan is a frequent lecturer on Marcellus Shale and other mineral extraction issues and is regularly asked to speak at conferences, in the media and at other venues regarding energy issues and their legal and political implications.

Political Tensions Rise Over Rights To Mediterranean Natural Gas Bonanza

While the eyes of the world have been on the impeachment of President Trump, Brexit, the coronavirus and the new American peace plan for Israel and the Palestinians, the seeds for the next war perhaps are being sown in the Eastern Mediterranean. Read more in my latest article in Forbes.com.

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Daniel Markind of Flaster Greenberg

Daniel Markind is a shareholder at Flaster Greenberg PC with over 35 years of experience as a real estate and corporate transactional attorney. He has represented individuals and companies in the energy industry for over 20 years. Dan is a frequent lecturer on Marcellus Shale and other mineral extraction issues and is regularly asked to speak at conferences, in the media and at other venues regarding energy issues and their legal and political implications.

As 2020 Begins, Pennsylvania Aggressively Regulates An Industry It Welcomed, While New York Retreats From An Industry It Rejected

State administrators in both Pennsylvania and New York made significant decisions on shale gas to start 2020, all of which can be greatly significant as we approach a Presidential election season. Read about them in my latest article in Forbes.com.

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Daniel Markind of Flaster Greenberg

Daniel Markind is a shareholder at Flaster Greenberg PC with over 35 years of experience as a real estate and corporate transactional attorney. He has represented individuals and companies in the energy industry for over 20 years. Dan is a frequent lecturer on Marcellus Shale and other mineral extraction issues and is regularly asked to speak at conferences, in the media and at other venues regarding energy issues and their legal and political implications.