We are seeing first-hand the impact COVID-19 pandemic is having on energy policy, regulation, and projects on a global scale. These issues include impact on cash flows; disruption in supply chains; the waiver of orders, regulations, tariffs, or rate schedules; restrictions on travel for labor resources, and government actions. In particular, COVID-19 presents the very real risk of delays to completion and slowdown of projects due to contractor absences or inability to work, mandated or voluntary office and site closures, and supply chain delays.

Crowell & Moring’s Energy practice offers an array of experience spanning the range of infrastructure, energy, financing, and litigation matters and can help clients navigate this rapidly changing business landscape. Our team is actively monitoring and analyzing the developments and impacts of the coronavirus on our clients and their businesses. We will continue to update this resource page with regulatory guidance from the DOE, FERC, and NERA, as well as client alerts, webinars, and other resource materials.

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