Myles is the Chair of the firm’s Energy Regulatory practice. His personal practice focuses on the representation of, and associated counseling for, electric utilities, natural gas utilities and midstream companies, as well as other energy companies regulated by state and federal government agencies.
Myles regularly represents clients in litigated proceedings before the Public Utility Commission of Texas, the Railroad Commission of Texas, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and other state regulatory commissions. These proceedings include rate cases, certificate proceedings, complaints and other proceedings. Myles also assists clients with greenfield project development, legislative initiatives, regulatory compliance, commercial transactions related to an ongoing business, large corporate transactions (including financings and mergers and acquisitions) and post-closing business transitions.
Represented a Texas transmission-only electric utility in connection with litigated proceedings to establish cost of service-based rates and associated tariffs for service, including initial rates and tariffs for future operations.
Represented a Texas transmission-only electric utility in multiple applications for certificates of convenience and necessity for proposed transmission facilities, including certification of the Houston Import Project and three projects associated with the Competitive Renewable Energy Zone (CREZ) initiative.
Represented and counseled a Texas transmission-only utility in implementation issues associated with its affiliate code of conduct, operations, reporting requirements and financing initiatives.
Represented and counseled largest transmission and distribution utility in Texas in proceedings associated with its change in ownership arising from bankruptcy proceedings of the utility’s parent company, one of the largest bankruptcies in United States history.
Represented the largest transmission and distribution electric utility in Texas in more than 15 applications for certificates of convenience and necessity for proposed transmission facilities, including many associated with the CREZ initiative.
Represented the largest transmission and distribution electric utility in Texas in multiple requests for cost of service-based rates.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Myles F. Reynolds