New Developments in the Energy World

A lot has happened in the energy world in the past few weeks. Below is a brief summary of my two recent articles for Forbes.com highlighting these recent developments. As always, if you have any questions, feel free to reach out.

Are Northern California’s Blackouts An Image Of Our Energy Future?

Starting Wednesday, October 9, Californians in 34 counties had their power suspended by PG&E, which filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in January in the face of huge potential liability over the 2018 fires. Is this a glimpse into the future for the rest of the country?

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Cyprus Launches Drones To Monitor Turkish Gas Drilling In Mediterranean

Last week, the nation of Cyprus deployed drones to monitor Turkish attempts to drill for natural gas in waters claimed by the divided nation. Turkey’s action added to the tension in a region already roiling from the migrant problem, the recent Turkish invasion of Syria, and the overall Middle East uncertainty. The implications for energy and aviation, as well as world security, could be enormous.

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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.