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Thomas L Blackburn

Thomas L Blackburn

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Energy & Utilities

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Licensed since 1975

  1. Energy & Utilities: 100%

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Bruder, Gentile & Marcoux, L.L.P.

1701 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest

Washington, DC, 20006-5807



DCActive 197505/24/2015

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Association NamePosition NameDuration
American Bar Association, Subcommittee on Energy Delivery and Retail MarketingMember2003 - 2005
Energy Bar AssociationBoard Of Director1998 - 2001
Energy Bar Association,Committee on Electric Utility RegulationVice-Chair1997 - 1998


Publication NameTitleDate
Public Utilities FortnightlyThe Coming Transmission Credit Crisis: How can Transmission Providers Safely Serve Noncreditworthy Customers2003
Electric PerspectivesInterconnection Main Event: Generation vs. Transmission - In the Transmission Corner,2001
Edison Electric Institute's Energy Delivery GroupGenerator Interconnections: A Primer on Procedures and Agreements2001
Edison Electric Institute's Energy Delivery GroupStandards of Conduct Under Order No. 899: A Comprehensive Treatment2000
Energy Law JournalReport of the Committee on Electric Utility Regulation1998


School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Georgetown University Law CenterLawJD - Juris Doctor1975
Duquesne UniversityN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1970

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
UnknownExtreme Makeover FERC Edition The New Focus of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission2005
UnknownFERC Lite Legislation: The Future of "Low Calorie" FERC Regulation2005
UnknownTransmission Operation Improvements Under the Energy Policy Act of 2005: Phase III of Open Access Transmission2005
UnknownTransmission Planning and Resource Adequacy: What Role Should the Regulatory Commissions Play?2005
UnknownHot Topics at FERC2005
UnknownUtility/Affiliate Power Sales: Has The Death Knell Sounded?2005
UnknownThe “Conduct Police” — The Changing Nature of FERC Regulation2005
UnknownInoculating Yourself: Self-Audits of Standards of Conduct Compliance2005

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