6th Annual North American Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Conference

Online Event

Staying Balanced in the Pivot: Legal Challenges of the Carbon Transition

Blank Rome partners Susan L. Bickley, Keith B. Letourneau, Frederick M. Lowther, and Brett A. Snyder will serve as speakers at the University of Houston Law Center’s 6th Annual North American Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Conference, co-sponsored with Blank Rome LLP, University of Calgary Law School, and the Center for Global Law and Policy for the Americas, on April 28, 2022.


As the world moves to decarbonize, the North American energy sector faces major structural changes. Throughout this transition to sustainability, energy production and usage must also remain stable. Join University of Houston (“UH”) energy and climate law experts, energy general counsel, and Blank Rome attorneys as we examine the complex legal uncertainties and economic opportunities from the low-carbon transition at our 2022 North American Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Conference.

Topics will include the following:

  • Keynote Address from Sheila Hollis, Executive Director, U.S. Energy Association
  • The International Perspective on the Carbon Pivot from Joseph McMonigle, Secretary General, International Energy Forum (“IEF”)
  • Emerging Opportunities from Carbon Management and Avoiding Transition Turmoil
  • Discussions with Dean Leonard Baynes: Legal Needs for Energy Companies Moving Beyond Carbon


This course is anticipated to qualify for the following CLE credits:

  • CA—5.5 general credits
  • CT—5.5 general credits
  • NJ—6.5 general credits
  • NY—6.5 general credits
  • PA—5.5 general credits
  • TX—5.5 general credits

Sponsors: Blank Rome LLP; the Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources (“EENR”) Center of the University of Houston Law Center; The Global Law and Policy for the Americas Center; UH Energy.

Questions? Contact Jen Reda, Blank Rome Business Development Manager. 

To learn more or to register, please visit the conference page.