Utilities in the United States are heading into uncharted territories, and the regulatory landscape is changing accordingly. To learn what it takes to tame this new territory, we spoke with three...
A leaner bureaucracy sharpens its market-monitoring tools.
an occasional basis. He also makes "courtesy calls" to new members to the commission to welcome them and to help him keep abreast of the commission's current activities. He's also writing a book about FERC tentatively entitled "Regulatory Policy and Practices," scheduled for publication in 2003.
Sheldon, on the other hand, says she's returned to FERC's headquarters only once-for a Christmas party thrown by Charles Trabandt. Sheldon, who served on several corporate boards, including Enron's, following her tenure at FERC, says she wanted to avoid all appearances that she was lobbying anyone at the commission.
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