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Federal Natural Resource Management, Permitting, and Species Protection – Expectations for 2022 [VIDEO]

In 2022 the Administration will continue its efforts to pivot to renewable energy and embed climate considerations in every aspect of federal decision-making.  We can anticipate a major rulemaking implementing the Department of the Interior’s new authority to allow permanent carbon sequestration on the outer continental shelf,  rules impacting oil and gas production from public onshore and offshore lands, continued emphasis on fostering renewable energy production on those same public onshore and offshore lands, and revisions to regulations implementing the Endangered Species Act and Migratory Bird Treaty Act.  Join Bracewell as we discuss these anticipated developments as well as related initiatives such as revisions to the regulations implementing the National Environmental Policy Act, which impact all uses of federal natural resources. 

 

 

© 2022 Bracewell LLPNational Law Review, Volume XII, Number 42
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Ann Navaro, Bracelwell Law Firm, Washington DC, Environmental and Litigation Law Attorney
Partner

Ann Navaro advises on and litigates under the federal laws and policies governing natural resources and the environment. After more than 25 years as a top litigator and policy adviser to the federal government, Ann brings exceptional insight and acumen to clients seeking to build infrastructure, produce valuable natural resources, or improve government policies and programs affecting their businesses. She has held senior legal and policy positions at the US Army Corps of Engineers and the US Department of the Interior, including most recently as Counselor to the...

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Daniel Pope Energy Environmental Attorney
Associate

Daniel Pope provides environmental permitting and regulatory assistance to industrial companies, particularly in the energy sector. He also helps in the defense of environmental enforcement actions and advises on the environmental aspects of transactional matters.

Prior to joining Bracewell, Daniel served in the Office of the Attorney General of Texas as an intern in the Civil Medicaid Fraud Division, and eventually as a law clerk in the Special Litigation Division. He also served as a judicial assistant for The Honorable Fred Biery, Judge to the US District Court for the Western...

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