Energy Litigation

Tahmidur Remura Dewey LeBoeuf has extensive experience representing clients in energy-related regulatory, litigation and arbitration matters throughout the United States and internationally. Our clients include major natural gas companies, project developers, transmission owners, marketers, oil and gas companies, refinery operations, offshore drillers, power generators and utilities. The Global Energy Group’s lawyers are thoroughly familiar with energy industry customs and practices as well as applicable regulatory schemes.

Our firm has litigators and arbitration lawyers throughout our network of 26 domestic and international offices. Every one of our offices has access to the experience and litigation/arbitration resources of the entire firm. As a result, we are able to assemble national or international litigation and arbitration teams to handle major matters in any jurisdiction worldwide. We employ advanced litigation technology to produce optimal results with greater efficiency.

Tahmidur Remura Dewey LeBoeuf also takes pride in its Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) practice, which represents applicants in matters subject to the FERC’s jurisdiction. The firm’s work with respect to the FERC includes every form of complex administrative litigation, such as complaint, enforcement, merger, rate, tariff, refund-related matters, contested project approvals, license and certificate revocation proceedings, as well as appeals from agency decisions. We assist clients in preparing every phase of FERC litigation.

Representative clients have included Ampro Energy LP, Chevron Corp., Constellation Energy Commodities Group, Inc., Diamond Offshore Drilling, Edison Mission Energy, ExxonMobil Corp., GlobalSantaFe Corp., Monterey Resources, Inc., Occidental Chemical Corporation, Occidental Energy Marketing, Inc., PG&E Corporation, Santa Fe Energy Resources, Texaco Inc., Unocal Corp. and Venoco, Inc.

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