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Lindquist & Vennum attorneys have been serving clients in the energy sector for more than 30 years. Our energy practice began with utility rate litigation matters in addition to financing and development of oil and gas projects. Our practice continued to grow and expanded into the fields of generation, transmission, hydro, and thermal. During the last 10 years, our energy practice has experienced explosive growth resulting from our being on the forefront of alternative energy opportunities such as wind, ethanol, biodiesel, biomass, and solar.

Large public utilities and solar start-ups alike turn to our attorneys for their vast experience in the industry. We continue to work with clients on cutting edge energy projects such as carbon credits, thermal energy, anaerobic waste conversion, and new classes of biofuels.

Experience
  • Represented Black Hills Corp.
  • Represented Gamesa.
  • Represented Advanced BioEnergy.
  • Represented Peppermint Energy.
  • Represented Glacial Lakes Energy.
  • Represented Apex Wind Energy.
  • Represented Storm Cat Energy Corporation.
  • Represented Baytex Energy USA.
  • Represented Heron Lake Bioenergy.

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