ENERGY LAW DEFINITION
Energy Law brings expertise and creative solutions to the myriad legal and public policy issues confronting the critically important, interdependent, and rapidly transforming fuel and power industries.
Clients in this category represent multinational and state-owned oil and gas companies, pipeline and transport companies, biofuel producers, mining and mining equipment firms, electric utilities and independent power producers, nuclear and fossil fuel power plant developers, renewable energy companies (wind, solar, hydro, geothermal), energy efficiency and demand response enterprises, and investors and financiers to all of the foregoing.
The work performed includes corporate, regulatory, legislative, international trade, and litigation dimensions to fully address the complicated opportunities and challenges facing industry participants.
W. Andrew Jack, Chair of the Clean Energy and Climate industry group, Covington & Burling LLP
William Massey, Chair of the Energy practice group, Covington & Burling LLP
William Collins, Chair of the Oil, Gas and Utilities industry group, Covington & Burling LLP
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