Is the Jones Act Impacting Domestic Oil?

Charlie Papavizas, chair of Winston & Strawn law firm's maritime practice group, discusses both sides of the law.

Published Apr 28, 2014 4:15 PM by The Maritime Executive

Bill Loveless of Platts Energy Week recently interviewed Charlie Papavizas, Partner at Winston & Strawn’s Washington D.C. office, about the Jones Act’s impact on the U.S. domestic oil trade and prices.

Watch this provocative interview, and let us know your thoughts.

Bill Loveless is one of the senior energy journalists in Washington, with more than 30 years of experience covering energy policy and regulation from the Carter administration through the Obama administration. An editorial director for Platts, the energy information division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Bill oversees reporting of US energy policy and coordinates coverage for the company's Washington bureau.

Charlie Papavizas is a partner in Winston & Strawn’s Washington, D.C. office and chair of the firm's maritime and admiralty practice. He focuses his practice on administrative, legislative, and corporate matters, primarily in the maritime industry.  Mr. Papavizas is frequently consulted on the application of U.S. coastwise laws (Jones Act) to cargo, passenger, and vessel movements and investments in U.S. companies.

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