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Energy Regulatory

You drive innovation in the energy marketplace.

Navigating the increasingly complex and multilayered regulatory landscape that underpins the energy sector can seem all consuming. The lawyers in the Energy Regulatory Practice Group at Hogan Lovells counsel energy and natural resources market stakeholders on a full range of legal issues.

We handle matters regulated by U.S. administrative agencies (including FERC, the NRC, and DOE) and their international counterparts. Due diligence. Regulatory approvals for mergers and acquisitions. We counsel financial firms on investments. Innovators on bringing ideas to market. Established companies on growth. And new companies entering the field.

Practice members include former counsels at regulatory agencies and commissions, including a former General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Energy and former advisors from the U.S. Department of Interior, and leading global energy companies. We deliver pragmatic solutions for the natural gas, oil, nuclear, electric, renewable, and petrochemical industries.

Our leading natural gas pipeline, LNG project development, and FERC regulatory practice lawyers handle multibillion dollar project developments and complex rate administrative proceedings.

In the electricity sector, we cover rate proceedings, distributed generation, demand response, climate regulation, transmission permitting, efficiency standards compliance, and new technology development.

Our nuclear energy team helps energy facility owners, operators, developers, investors, and vendors navigate intricate regulations. We also advise clients associated with radioactive materials or non-power reactors.

In an increasingly complex global market, we can plot a course through obstacles to help you achieve a competitive advantage and minimize risk.

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Representative Experience

Project counsel on variety of LNG and pipeline development projects, advising on regulatory, transactional, and other matters associated with development of multibillion dollar, complex projects.

Lead counsel at FERC on one of the most complex pipeline rate proceedings in the industry.

Advising the government of the Bahamas in connection with the restructuring of its electricity sector.

Representing numerous clients in a full range of Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) regulatory and compliance issues, including implementation of Dodd-Frank legislation.

Assisting Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation in creating and implementing a comprehensive excellence in nuclear governance initiative and provided interim general counsel services.

Representing the Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems on NRC licensing and other issues associated with a potential SMR project.

Represented Constellation Energy in obtaining NRC approval for its joint venture with the French utility EDF and its merger with Exelon Corporation.

Lead regulatory counsel for Urenco USA on NRC licensing matters for its uranium enrichment facility, NRC compliance, export control, treaty obligations, and legislation.

Representing Toshiba America Nuclear Energy Corporation (TANE) on its reactor design certification renewal application and advising on the licensing of STP 3&4 by the NRC.

Representing Coqui RadioPharmaceuticals Corporation on NRC licensing of a proposed medical isotope production facility.

Assisting in the permitting of large transmission projects.

2015

Band 3 for Energy: Oil & Gas (Regulatory & Litigation), Nationwide

Chambers USA

2015

Band 2 for Energy: Nuclear (Regulatory & Litigation), Nationwide

Chambers USA

2015

Tier 3 for Energy Regulatory

The Legal 500 US

2015

Band 2 for Energy: Nuclear (Regulatory & Litigation), USA

Chambers Global

2015

Band 3 for Energy: Oil & Gas (Regulatory & Litigation), USA

Chambers Global

 

Mary Anne Sullivan served as General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Energy.

 

Steve Miller served as GC of Constellation Energy Nuclear Group and is a member of Penn State Law’s Advisory Board.

 

Dan Stenger is a member of the Energy Law Advisory Board of George Washington University Law School.

 

Amy Roma and Dan Stenger are former Chairs of the Nuclear Regulation Committee of the Energy Bar Association.

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