We've been part of the energy industry for over three decades. We understand the issues you face. Our reputation and relationships in Washington give you a seat at the table and a powerful network of contacts on Capitol Hill and across the spectrum of federal agencies.
Venable is experienced in all facets of the energy industry. We've worked across the spectrum—from the ground to the consumer. We represent producers, refiners, renewable energy companies, shippers, marketers, consumers, importers, and exporters, which gives Venable a global perspective on the requirements needed to address energy issues and meet your business needs.
For traditional producers and innovative energy developers—who are dealing with the need to replace aging and inadequate infrastructure, as well as the worldwide energy deficit and the threat of global warming—Venable provides a voice in Washington and an array of practical business solutions.
For major users, producers, refiners, and other marketers of energy, Venable offers help in reducing and/or minimizing costs by providing fresh ideas and alternative solutions for the production/generation, transportation, transmission, and distribution of energy to meet your needs.
An Opportunity to Change the Way Energy Is Produced, Marketed, and Delivered
Venable's energy attorneys handle all aspects of transactions, regulatory proceedings, litigation, and legislative matters. We represent a broad range of clients in matters concerning the import and export of crude oil and petroleum products and the production and transportation of crude oil, petroleum products, propane, natural gas, natural gas liquids, LNG, and the transmission and the generation of electricity from traditional and renewable energy sources.
With that experience and the abilities of Venable's legislative attorneys and advisors, we offer clients the opportunity to shape current and new directions in energy policy.
- Regulatory proceedings
- Legislative and regulatory strategy
- Renewable/green energy
- Aviation and transportation
- Consumers and producers of
- Crude oil
- Natural gas
- Petroleum products
- Crude oil and refined products pipelines
- Distribution and generation of electricity
- Municipal governments
- Natural gas pipelines
- Power generation
- Renewable energy—biomass, geothermal, hydro, solar, wind
- Shippers, including refiners and marketing companies
- Transportation and storage of crude oil, natural gas, and petroleum products
- Utility companies