Risks or Rewards? Quantifying Pipeline Regulatory Upheaval
LawIQ Insights Special Series
Recent tax law and federal regulatory policy changes are dramatically affecting the economics or energy pipelines and their Master Limited Partnership owners. We can help you quantify the impact on midstream energy infrastructure developers and their investors. LawIQ is leveraging its leading Energy Oil & Gas regulatory data analytics platforms and industry and legal experts to publish a special series of Insights that will help you determine how recent market changes may impact your projects and portfolios.
Preview two Insights from our Regulatory Upheaval Special Series
This reference LawIQ Insight discusses how to account for the complexities associated with quantifying the impact of the recent FERC policy change on Master Limited Partnerships that own interstate pipelines. Accounting for the market moving change requires understanding settlement provisions, such as moratorium and compact provisions, and taking in to account growth projects, rate agreements’ structures and timing of the in-service dates when analyzing the future cast flows of MLPs.
Did the recent FERC policy change in combination with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act impact “liquids” pipelines? The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking did not address. This LawIQ Insight looks at the circumstances that will determine when or if an interstate liquids or oil pipeline will be impacted by reviewing the Form 6 data for 207 oil companies.