October 2017, Vol. 244, No. 10


Creating Public Trust with Strategic Outreach

The year 2017 has come with a slew of changes, including a new presidential administration that is committed to easing regulations on energy producers and distributors. Despite the new administration’s support and expediency, there is no rubberstamp. Energy projects will continue to face regulatory and permitting hurdles; market trends and global production changes will continue to shape and drive the energy sector; technological advances in renewable energy production and storage will continue to become more economical; and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and community-based opposition groups will continue to oppose projects they believe are unnecessary. 2016 was a year punctuated b

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