Bradley's Energy Team is a full-service, multidisciplinary legal team that helps clients negotiate and develop successful projects across the world in the dynamic energy industry. We offer a holistic approach to energy projects – from project finance through development and construction, as well as compliance and regulatory counsel. Our attorneys possess deep knowledge in the areas of traditional fuel sectors and renewable energy sources. Our client base is far ranging and includes developers, producers, financiers and investors, insurers, and transporters.
Bradley attorneys have extensive connections at numerous state and local agencies in the Southeast, including the Alabama Department of Environmental
Management, Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Alabama Surface Mining Commission, and
state oil and gas boards. These relationships, combined with our experience in the energy industry, enable us to efficiently deliver our legal services at
a rate that is competitive with law firms that possess larger practices.
Because of our adeptness at navigating the shifting commercial and regulatory environment, we are routinely called on to represent clients with the Federal
Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and other service commissions. Our Energy Team also advises on all aspects of projects and facilities for
electricity generation, refineries, and mining; handles regulatory issues on billion-dollar pipeline projects; and represents large solar companies in
construction and site development work across the U.S.
Our energy sector services extend to:
- Construction and procurement – from contract drafting and negotiation to project management, close-out, and dispute resolution
- Corporate and transactional – advising energy sector firms at all stages of development, in public and private M&A transactions, business entity formation, joint ventures, tax and business planning, public and private securities offerings, and debt and equity financing
- Environmental resources – project planning and development, securing permits, obtaining governmental approvals, maintaining compliance, and risk management
- Real estate and operations – from negotiating, purchasing, or condemning property rights to advising on landowner and operations issues