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Rachael Novier Marsh
Rachael Novier Marsh focuses on energy-related regulatory matters, transactions, projects, and controversies.
Rachael advises oil and natural gas clients on Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) rules and adjudications, and has counseled clients regarding regulatory approvals for projects and transactions, rate-related matters, and contested proceedings. She also advises electricity clients regarding applicable regulations, including FERC's market-based rate regulations and requirements arising under the Federal Power Act. Rachael also has counseled U.S. and international energy-industry clients involved in regulatory litigation before FERC and in related appellate litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Rachael was a senior homeland security analyst and spokesperson for the Office of the Governor of Texas, and also served as an analyst in the FBI Director's Office.
Advised midstream natural gas company on transactional and regulatory issues associated with various gathering lines, interstate pipelines, and related facilities.
Advised customer in protest of oil pipeline's application seeking market-based rate authorization.
Advised energy-industry clients regarding rulemaking proceedings before FERC and prepared rulemaking comments.
Advises electric power marketer and importer involved in complex litigation before FERC, including ongoing proceedings regarding 2000-2001 California energy crisis.
Advises electric power clients with respect to market-based rate and open access transmission issues, DOE permit proceedings, and compliance with the requirements of the Federal Power Act and the Public Utility Holding Company Act.
J.D., with high honors, The University of Texas at Austin, 2009
M.P.P., Harvard University, 2002
B.A., summa cum laude, Texas Tech University, 1999
District of Columbia
State Bar of Texas
Energy Bar Association
Managing Editor, Texas Law Review, 2008-2009 (Volume 87)
2009 Chancellor, The University of Texas School of Law