Robert Freedman on The Power Generation Mix Under a Trump Administration

January 10, 2017
Taking an early look at how a Trump administration could affect the US energy sector shows that unless market forces change, the mix of power generation may very well stay similar to what it is today. Renewable energy is good business, and in particular, a bipartisan business. For oil and gas, the current economic reality could keep new drilling activity low as there is already a glut of supply brought on by the shale revolution and the OPEC nations’ past decisions to keep production at higher levels. While a Trump administration may tweak policy around oil and gas and an expansion of coal, the industry could still be more driven by macro-economic forces. For more videos, go to http://www.shearman.com/en/newsinsights/multimedia
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