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About Tracey

Tracey Bradley’s consulting practice includes energy regulatory and related business issues before the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and state public utility commissions. Tracey advises a broad cross-section of clients participating in the electric, natural gas and LNG industries with a focus on matters before the DOE and FERC. She also assists clients with open access issues, regulatory strategy, structuring transactions to comply with regulatory requirements, preparation of filings and litigation of contested proceedings involving rates, terms and conditions of service, FERC investigations and compliance reviews, FERC show cause proceedings, FERC standards of conduct issues, and DOE import and export authorizations.

Tracey brings an in-house perspective to her representation, having served as manager of regulatory affairs with Hadson Gas Systems, Inc. (a/k/a LG&E Natural Inc.) for eight years prior to joining Bracewell. She has represented a natural gas marketing company, an intrastate pipeline, and a natural gas gathering company before federal and state regulatory bodies, and marketed natural gas to East Coast local distribution companies.

*Non-Attorney Consultant

Credentials

Education

Old Dominion University,
Bachelor of Arts
1983

Affiliations

Energy Bar Association
Women's Energy Network, D.C. Chapter

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Insights

Competition Thickens for Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline

April 28, 2010

An open-season plan for an Alaskan natural gas transportation was proposed to FERC April 7, 2010, by the Denali-The Alaska Gas Pipeline LLC (Denali-Alaska), owned by affiliates of BP America and ConocoPhillips Co. The plan seeks to obtain binding commitments for the acquisition of initial capacity. The project is designed to carry 4.5 Bcf/day of natural gas reserves from Alaska's North Slope to markets in Canada and the Lower 48 and includes an option to boost capacity to 5.6 Bcf/day. Denali-Alaska would build the "Alaska Project," which includes a gas treatment plant on the North Slope...