Full Name
Mr. Emory A Belton Jr.
Belton Consulting, LLC
Speaker Bio
Emory A. Belton, Jr. is a founding member of Belton Consulting, LLC. Prior to founding Belton Consulting, Emory spent 10 years at Entergy Corporation as Senior Regulatory Counsel and Senior Executive Governmental Affairs. He also served as Chairman of ENPAC-Louisiana, a federal political action committee. Prior to joining Entergy, Emory was an Assistant Attorney General with the Louisiana Department of Justice for 10 years, serving as General Counsel for the Louisiana State Mineral Board for 6 years. Early in his career, Emory was a Company Landman with Exxon Company, USA in Houston, TX.

Emory has more than 20 years of experience, including complicated electric & gas utility issues, oil, gas, and pipeline related issues, governmental & political affairs, commercial & industrial transactions, and real estate. His experience within the energy industry in both governmental and business law settings empowers him to quickly recognize necessary components involved and to facilitate important decisions. He provides expertise to clients in all aspects of state and federal regulatory undertakings with respect to electric and gas utilities, from generation to distribution. Additionally, he creates solutions for oil, gas, and pipeline matters, from well-head to burner tip.

Emory earned his B.S. in General Business from Nicholls State University in 1986 and his Juris Doctorate from Louisiana State University in 1989.
Speaking At
Solar and Wind: Opportunities, Correlative Rights, and Lessons from Oil and Gas
Emory Belton