Jennifer Abbey is an associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office, where she is a member of the oil, gas, and resources and banking and asset finance groups. She represents energy and financial services companies on a variety of regulatory and finance matters primarily related to the natural gas, liquefied natural gas (LNG), and crude oil industries.
Jennifer advises clients on a range of matters related to the development of natural gas pipeline and LNG export infrastructure pursuant to the Natural Gas Act (NGA). She assists clients with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) policies on the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and the terms and conditions of service included in pipeline tariffs as well as the Department of Energy’s (DOE) LNG licensing requirements. She assists investors exploring M&A opportunities with federal regulatory due diligence and those interested in the impact of the federal regulatory process on the development of energy infrastructure.
Jennifer also represents lenders and borrowers in oil and gas financing transactions for onshore and offshore upstream and midstream oil and gas companies. She has worked on transactions for unsecured, secured, and borrowing base credit facilities, including financing the acquisition of distressed assets.
Prior to law school, Jennifer held a variety of roles at a multinational bank. She spent four years in the bank’s London office covering European insurance and real estate corporations. She then spent two years covering middle-market companies in Southern New England.
- "Project Finance Will Be Key To Developing Hydrogen Market," Law 360, 3 February 2021
- “Pipeline Projects Face New Questions On Landowner Rights,” Law360, 6 November 2019