Duane Morris partner Albert Bates, Jr., will be presenting at the 2014 Deloitte Energy Conference: A Global Industry . . . Competing Locally, which will be held on Tuesday, May 13, and Wednesday, May 14, 2014, at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. Mr. Bates will serve as a panelist during the Elective Session – Sector Breakouts on Power on May 14, 2014, where he will discuss strategic considerations of major capital projects, including evolving project delivery systems and inherent risks, as well as proactive project risk management and controls.
CPE Credit Amount and CPE Field of Study Subject Area(s) are pending review by the National CPE Compliance Group. Participants can receive up to 12 hours of CPE credits for attending this conference in multiple subject areas depending upon sessions attended.
About the Program
Dedicated to providing the energy industry with insights on emerging topics, Deloitte brings together energy executives, researchers, entrepreneurs, investors and regulators from around the globe for an in-depth analysis of key developments and challenges facing today’s global and domestic energy markets at its annual Energy Conference. Speakers come from a cross-section of the world’s energy industry, and the conference topics are of keen interest to energy company management, boards of directors, investors, and all other industry professionals.
Albert Bates, Jr. is the Chairman of the Duane Morris Construction Group. While Mr. Bates focuses his practice on the resolution of domestic U.S. and international construction claims, he also advises clients on project planning and execution strategies, project management and project controls strategies, and change management on large construction projects. He has significant experience with megaprojects, EPC projects and alternative project delivery systems, particularly in power generation, infrastructure and heavy industrial process facilities. Mr. Bates has acted as counsel on supercritical coal, combined cycle, single cycle, biomass and hydroelectric power generation projects, chemical plants, pharmaceutical plants, steel mills, coke and coal by-product plants, mass transit and highway projects, airports, mixed-use facilities and sports and entertainment venues. He has represented multinational corporations, domestic and international owners, EPC contractors, general contractors, subcontractors, engineers, equipment manufacturers and lending institutions in construction, contractual and other business disputes.
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