Christine Wyman assists clients in developing policy strategies and implementing them through effective participation in the legislative and regulatory process. Her work covers a broad range of issues, including energy, environmental, permitting, and pipeline safety. Her experience includes advocating for energy, oil and gas, and industrial clients before Congress and a variety of federal agencies, including the White House, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Department of Interior, and U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.
Christine launched her legal career at an international law firm, where she represented clients in a broad range of environmental matters, including defending energy utilities and industrial clients facing government enforcement actions, providing counsel on compliance with federal environmental regulations, and advocating for clients’ interest through the federal rule-making process.
Prior to joining Bracewell, Christine was senior counsel at the American Gas Association where she advocated for natural gas utilities on federal environmental, energy, and pipeline safety matters.
Recent Notable Matters
Major Electrical Utility — provided advice on a range of air and water policy issues
Multinational industrial gas company — developed legal and political strategy to support the predictable sun setting of a regulatory program
Multinational LNG export facility — advised on policy issues related to PHMSA regulation
Energy infrastructure trade association — developed and implemented policy strategy regarding the federal permitting process
Multiple appliance manufacturers — drafted and filed an amicus brief in support of a petition for certiorari related to an EPA regulatory program