06 July 2017

Energy Enforcement Update

This week’s enforcement update covers:

  • CFTC enters into non-prosecution agreements with former Citigroup Global Markets Inc. traders in spoofing case;
  • CFTC orders $5.2 million in civil penalties for wash sales designed to generate exchange rebate fees;
  • FERC hosts technical conference on developments in natural gas index liquidity and transparency;
  • Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee releases new energy bill;
  • President Trump announces intent to nominate Richard Glick as FERC Commissioner;
  • FERC Enforcement and City Power file status report on settlement; and
  • Judge grants Kraft Foods motion to compel discovery from the CFTC.


28 November 2016

Sidley Partner Ken Irvin and CFE’s Subdirector of Modernization Speak About International Energy Infrastructure Development

On Monday, November 14, 2016, Sidley Austin LLP Partner Ken Irvin discussed planning and coordinating international gas pipelines and infrastructure at this year’s annual Platts Mexican Energy Conference in Mexico City, Mexico. Ken was joined by Javier Gutierrez, Subdirector, Modernization and New Areas of Opportunity with Mexico’s state-owned electric utility Comisión Federal de Electricidad (“CFE”). (more…)