QUOTES FROM CHAMBERS:
"Bill Williams is "well respected for his knowledge and negotiation capabilities. He is adept across a broad array of FERC matters, particularly in obtaining regulatory approvals for transactions and pipeline construction.”
"The "outstanding" Bill Williams is a "very capable FERC lawyer," according to commentators. He frequently represents interstate gas and crudeoil pipelines before FERC. A client says: "He is extremely knowledgeable and well regarded at the Bar as well as efficient, timely, proactive and responsive."
Bill Williams was previously a partner in the energy regulatory group in Sidley Austin’s Washington, D.C. office. He joined Sidley’s Washington, D.C. office in 2006. Prior to joining Sidley, Bill was a partner at Fulbright & Jaworski, (now Norton Rose). His practice has dealt primarily with the representation of interstate natural gas and crude oil and products pipelines and other clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Since 2005, Bill has also represented clients in FERC Enforcement proceedings.
Bill’s current clients include National Fuel Gas Supply Corp. and Empire Pipeline Inc. and several other clients currently engaged in non-public FERC Enforcement investigations. Bill previously advised the Alaska Pipeline Project jointly sponsored by TransCanada (now TC Energy) and ExxonMobil and served as regulatory counsel for TC Energy’s Keystone crude oil pipeline and Alliance Pipeline. Bill has also advised clients located in Europe and Asia on U.S. energy regulatory issues associated with the development, acquisition or financing of pipeline infrastructure and LNG projects.Show more +
Energy Law in Washington DC