April 2018, Vol.245, No.4

Features

Energy Regulatory Outlook Stresses Need for Modernization

By Charlie Sanchez, John Lucker and Paul Campbell, Deloitte & Touche LLP Gas pipeline companies across both the distribution and transmission segments of the industry are having to refresh multiple facets of their approaches to asset management. The surge in activities can generally be characterized as a much-needed modernization effort that has one major catalyzing force – regulatory mandates precipitated by a confluence of serious events, political pressures, and pragmatic industry imperatives. The Institute of Asset Management, 6 Subject Groups The tipping point for regulators arrived a few short years ago as they witnessed ag

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