Tim Furdyna is an associate in the firm’s Oil, Gas, & Resources practice group. Tim advises clients on a wide range of federal energy regulatory proceedings, including natural gas, LNG, oil, and hydroelectric matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
Prior to joining the firm, Tim served as an attorney-advisor in FERC’s Office of the General Counsel for over seven years. At FERC, Tim worked on issues covering nearly the entire scope of FERC’s jurisdiction, including the certification of interstate natural gas pipeline facilities, authorization of LNG facilities, and the licensing of hydroelectric facilities, as well as wholesale electric transmission and natural gas transportation rates. In addition, Tim served as subject matter expert regarding issues related to section 401 of the Clean Water Act, and qualifying conduit hydropower facilities.
- Energy Bar Association
- American Bar Association (Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, Vice Co-Chair, Energy and Environmental Markets and Finance Committee)
- “Strengthening State Regulation of Casing and Cementing in High Volume Hydraulically Fractured Natural Gas Wells”, Appalachian Natural Resources Law Journal, 2014-2015