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Wednesday May 30, 2012 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM EDT (Reception to follow)

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Water and the Future of Energy 

Presentation/Webinar & Reception

The Environmental Law Institute and ZAG/S&W invite you to "Water and the Future of Energy," a presentation/webinar and reception.

Discussion Topics:

  • Water usage as an increasingly significant consideration in all types of energy projects, especially those involving energy sources that are likely to gain prominence in the future: unconventional natural gas, solar and other renewables, and biofuels
  • Water issues faced by renewable energy technologies and projects
  • Water use and water quality issues in hydraulic fracturing to produce natural gas
  • Water requirements in the production of biofuels
  • Extracting the embedded energy in water and wastewater
  • Water and energy efficiency strategies and technologies

Who Should Attend:

This program is recommended for industrial and commercial water users; utilities; energy and water project developers; technology providers; water finance bond issuers and underwriters; Federal, state and municipal government officials; investment firms; legal and business advisors, and environmental and energy consultants.



  • Jim Wrathall, Counsel, ZAG/S&W, former Majority Senior Counsel, U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee