Kathryn focuses on transactional and regulatory matters in the energy and infrastructure sectors. Kathryn’s practice entails the purchase and sale of renewable assets (including development stage and operating solar, wind, and battery storage projects) and fossil generation assets. She assists clients in various aspects of energy and infrastructure project development, including equipment procurement and supply agreements, build transfer agreements, engineering, procurement, construction agreements and asset management agreements.

Kathryn also advises clients on Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regulatory matters, including compliance with the Interstate Commerce Act and Natural Gas Act. Her experience navigating the cross-section between energy-related transactional and regulatory matters uniquely positions her to counsel clients in the full suite of issues arising throughout the life cycle of an energy project.

Prior to joining Bracewell, Kathryn served as a judicial intern at the US District Court for the District of Columbia, a law clerk at the US Department of Justice in the Environment and Natural Resources Division and as a legal intern at the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.