FERC Enforcement In 2021: A Year Of Change

By Ruta Skučas, Kimberly Frank and Maeve Tibbetts (January 3, 2022, 12:03 PM EST) -- 2021 was a pivotal year for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's Office of Enforcement. Under the direction of Chairman Richard Glick, the office gained a new director, Janel Burdick, added threats to infrastructure as a new priority, and increased its pace of opening and closing investigations and reaching settlements.

Most significantly, Glick asserted at the presentation of the 2021 enforcement report that "the cop is back on the street," and that he intends to ensure "vigorous oversight and enforcement" of jurisdictional markets.

Increased Investigations Under Chairman Glick

During the commission's November 2020 open meeting, when the Office of Enforcement presented its...

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