On September 17, 2014, EPA further revised its policy regarding start-up, shut-down, and malfunction (SSM) events, issuing a Supplemental Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (SNPR) that would remove the availability of an affirmative defense for air emission exceedances resulting from malfunction events. EPA's SNPR carries significant implications for thousands of air emission sources across the country, including the potential for more stringent permit limits as well as costly changes to sources' operations and air control equipment.
The Department of Transportation (DOT), through the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) and Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), has recently proposed a series of rules as part of its comprehensive effort to strengthen safety standards for rail transport of crude oil and ethanol, as well as other flammable liquids.
Join us on October 7 for a wide-ranging conversation around alternative financing options. This program will discuss several possible capital raising methods while providing practical advice as you consider your company's funding opportunities.
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