Energy Markets: The Road Ahead for 2013

Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP invites you to another discussion in our continuing series on the developments and challenges facing the U.S. energy markets.

Load growth, reliability concerns, infrastructure investment, environmental goals, the natural gas revolution, and credit concerns – number among the myriad of issues confronting our energy markets. Three states in particular face significant concerns and important goals. New Jersey has outlined an energy policy for the state that emphasizes in-state production of renewable and traditional energy sources. New York has announced a plan to develop an energy superhighway. Texas is reviewing its reserve margin needs following extraordinary conditions in 2011, coupled with the prospect for significant economic growth in the years ahead.

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May 8-9: Commercial Real Estate Finance (CREFC) Summit-West (Santa Monica, Cal.)

Cadwalader is sponsoring this event, where Stuart Goldstein will moderate the panel on CRE CLOs.

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