Mark Lewis is a member of Bracewell's energy practice and serves on the management committee. He concentrates on energy-related projects, transactions and controversies. His clients include oil and gas producers and marketers; oil and gas pipeline developers, owners, operators and investors; gas distributors; and large industrial energy consumers.
Mr. Lewis handles U.S. and global oil and gas pipeline development projects with respect to project structuring, contracting and governmental approvals. He represents regulated pipelines, pipeline ownership interests regarding pipeline management issues, clients in transactions involving the acquisition of pipeline companies and pipeline assets, and shippers contracting with pipelines.
In his practice, Mr. Lewis provides legal counsel in contract negotiations involving operating, transportation, and gas purchase and sale agreements, and advises clients regarding regulatory aspects of contract/tariff and rate matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and various state regulatory agencies.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Mark K. Lewis