Ms Brooksany Barrowes > Kirkland & Ellis LLP > Washington DC, United States > Lawyer Profile

Kirkland & Ellis LLP
1301 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C., 20004
United States

Position

Brooksany represents clients in transactional and regulatory matters in energy and infrastructure and in energy commodity markets. She has worked on cases before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, state public utility commissions including the Public Utility Commission of Texas, the Department of Energy, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and federal and state courts.

Brooksany works with a range of energy industry clients, including energy trading companies, renewable and conventional electric generation and transmission owners, energy storage developers, natural gas and oil pipeline companies and public utilities. Brooksany also represents major financial investors in the energy industry.

Brooksany’s recent experience includes representing clients acquiring or investing in large renewables and energy storage portfolios; securing FERC approval for corporate reorganizations or acquisitions under the Federal Power Act section 203; PURPA, EWG and QF advice; litigating various ISO/RTO tariff proceedings, complaints, rate proceedings and rulemakings; and advising clients acquiring or releasing natural gas transportation and storage services and structuring asset management agreements. She also has represented clients in FERC and NERC audits, assisted in internal investigations and developed regulatory compliance programs.

Education

University of Chicago Law School, J.D., 1999; Brigham Young University, B.A., Political Science, 1996

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Industry focus > Energy regulation: conventional power

(Leading lawyers)

Brooksany Barrowes  – Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Praised for its ‘superior technical capabilities’, Kirkland & Ellis LLP represents a wide range of electricity market participants and individuals in FERC and CFTC enforcement proceedings and FERC audits. The group handles transaction and financing structures, renewable portfolio investments and acquisitions, and also advised clients in the aftermath of winter storm Uri. Key contacts at the firm include ‘standoutsBrooksany Barrowes and Andrew Stuyvenberg; the former has experience developing trading and corporate compliance programs; the latter has worked on significant financing and M&A projects. Robert Fleishman is an ‘intellectual and legal powerhouse’ with extensive expertise before the FERC, CFTC and other regulatory bodies.

United States > Industry focus > Energy regulation: oil and gas

Kirkland & Ellis LLP represents clients before federal and state regulatory agencies, including the CFTC and FERC on natural gas and oil pipeline matters. Areas of expertise include enforcement investigations, pipeline shipper contracts and interconnection, along with the development of hydrogen and carbon capture technology, among others. The group has also advised clients on several issues arising from winter storm Uri. Brooksany Barrowes and Robert Fleishman are the key contacts in Washington DC.