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Leigh Spangler is president at Latitude Technologies, an ESG Company, and serves as a member of the NAESB Board of Directors, the NAESB Wholesale Gas Quadrant (WSQ) Executive Committee, Chair of the WGQ Electronic Delivery Mechanism Subcommittee and Chair of the NAESB Board Certification Program Committee.Spangler graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, where he studied electrical and electronics engineering and received his M.B.A. in business administration, management and operations from the University of Texas. He served on various NAESB task forces and subcommittees, including the WGQ FERC Forms Subcommittee, the GISB Future Technology Task Force and the GISB EBB-Internet Implementation Task Force.
Understanding NAESB and the FERC Version 3.1 Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NOPR)
As you may already be aware, FERC has proposed to adopt Version 3.1 of the NAESB Standards. Today we will provide an overview of the upcoming North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB) Version 3.1 Standards which have been proposed for adoption by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Our organization has been involved with NAESB since its inception in 2002, and with the Gas Industry Standards Board (GISB), the precursor to NAESB, before that.
Our new Strategic Media Advisory business model will navigate through thousands of data points, developments, reports, and analysis surrounding the energy industry every day. From financial, technology, policy, to competitive developments, we will map impacts and potential outcomes into clear takeaways, framed on a canvas of scenarios revealing how the energy industry is transitioning.