Mike O’Neill is an associate in the firm’s Boston office and develops practical solutions for clients regarding energy, infrastructure, and natural resources issues. His practice deals primarily with energy and environmental issues, particularly with respect to natural gas and oil, liquefied natural gas (LNG), pipeline safety and compliance, natural gas tariffs, regulatory and commercial aspects of renewable energy and energy storage projects, and commodities regulation. He practices primarily before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the Pipeline & Hazardous Material Safety Administration (PHMSA), and provides advice regarding litigation matters in federal and state court, as well as other regulatory proceedings. He also has extensive experience supporting transactions across the global LNG value chain and the North American natural gas and renewable energy sectors. He also advises participants in the growing private nuclear fusion energy sector.
Mike regularly contributes to K&L Gates’ thought leadership in the energy and environmental space by authoring analyses of energy legal topics and frequently co-authors posts on the Global Power Law & Policy blog.
Prior to joining K&L Gates, Mike worked for two years as an attorney and law clerk at a national energy and environment law firm and five years as an Energy Policy Analyst at an international law firm.
- Member, Energy Bar Association
- Member, Maryland State Bar Association
- Member, Young Professionals in Energy
- “The European Commission Approves an Energy Security Package Emphasizing Infrastructure Development and LNG Imports,” Pratt's Energy Law Report, May 2016
- Contributor, “FERC Manual: A Guide for Local Distribution Companies,” American Gas Association, 2013 and 2014 Editions.
- Co-author, “Role of U.S. LNG in the Global Marketplace,” 53 Infrastructure 4