Jason Marks (`04), New Mexico Public Regulation commissioner for the Albuquerque area, discussed the state's recent natural gas shortage at 5:15 p.m. April 5 in Room 2402. His return to the University of New Mexico School of Law is part of the 2011 Natural Resources Speaker Series.
This program was approved by the New Mexico Minimum Continuing Legal Education Board for one hour of general CLE credit.
Marks answered such questions as: How did one week of very cold weather result in a gas shortage in an oil and gas state and What are the legal and policy issues raised by last February's natural gas outage?
The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission regulates the state's utilities to ensure fair and reasonable rates to consumers, along with reasonable and adequate services.
View a video recording of the lecture here.
April 4, 2011