American Governors Now Seek To Control American Foreign Policy Through Fuel Pipeline Permitting

Two Gubernatorial decisions in the Great Lakes regions last week show how pipeline politics now is impacting American international relations.  See my newest article in Forbes.com for more details.

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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.

Election 2020 – The Energy Voter Strikes Back

Last week’s election was filled with surprises, including how the energy issue played out across the country. Read my summary 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.

Does Vladimir Putin Hold The Key To Containing China After The Coronavirus?

Despite receiving little press coverage, bipartisan American policy against the Nord Stream 2 pipeline from Russia to Germany threatens to erupt into a major international conflict.  Ironically, as China gets more assertive internationally it may be our relations with Russia that hold the key to how the post-Coronavirus world will look. See my article on Forbes.com for more.

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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.

Can The US Senate Stop Germany’s Gas Pipeline From Russia In A Post-Coronavirus World?

In a rare bi-partisan move two United States Senators seek to block construction of a Russian natural gas pipeline directly to Germany.  See why and what this means 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.

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.