Seminar to Discuss DWPA

Monday, December 30, 2002
Holland & Knight LLP and Ecology and Environment, Inc. are co-hosting a free, half-day seminar on January 16, 2003 at the New York Yacht Club entitled "How to Implement Your Offshore Natural Gas Terminal.” The seminar will focus on the recent amendment to the U.S. Deepwater Port Act (DWPA). The featured speaker will be Captain Michael Brown, USCG, Chief, Vessel and Facility Operating Standards Division at U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters. Other speakers will address legal issues; financing options; siting, permitting, and environmental concerns; and the role of classification societies.

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