On November 29, 2017, Richard Glick was sworn in as the latest FERC Commissioner.  Following his nomination for the position by President Trump in August, Commissioner Glick was confirmed by the Senate on November 2, 2017 (see November 7, 2017 edition of the WER).  Commissioner Glick was previously the Democratic General Counsel for the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.  Commissioner Glick will serve the remainder of a term ending in June 2022.  Commissioner Glick will serve alongside current FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee and Commissioners Cheryl LaFleur and Robert Powelson.  The swearing-in of Commissioner Glick brings FERC’s Commission one step closer to a full five-member Commission.  The Senate has confirmed Kevin McIntyre to fill the last seat on the Commission, but he has not yet been sworn in.