Houston Mayor Says Private Partnerships Crucial To Recovery
Law360 (March 9, 2018, 2:59 PM EST) -- Six months after Hurricane Harvey dropped more than 30 trillion tons of water on the greater Houston area, the city's Democratic Mayor Sylvester Turner told attendees at a major energy conference on Friday that government-private sector partnerships are crucial to getting the city running again.
Those remarks came on Friday morning, the final day of CERAWeek by IHS Markit — an annual conference that brings together government officials and industry leaders — during a panel discussion about how to manage through natural disasters. Attendees also heard from Brian Coffman, president and CEO of Motiva Enterprises, and Eric Silagy, president and CEO...
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