Public Utilities & Energy Law
Hirst Applegate has a long history of representing a broad range of clients in the public utility arena before the Wyoming Public Service Commission. Current and former clients of the firm include distribution and transportation utilities, industrial customers, and large consumer groups.
The firm’s areas of expertise encompasses all aspects of utility regulation, including landline and wireless telecommunications, electricity and natural gas ratemaking, and petroleum products and gas transportation. Hirst Applegate is prepared to represent clients in the initial application, data exchange, commission hearing, and appeal, if necessary.
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On Friday, September 8, 2017, the Powder River Energy Foundation held their annual charity golf tournament in Hulett, Wyoming. The Powder River Energy Foundation supports various community projects in Northeast Wyoming. One of the sources of funds for the Powder...read more
"Lindsay Woznick, a Partner with Hirst Applegate, recently co-presented at the 2017 Rocky Mountain Law Foundation Special Institute on Oil & Gas Agreements: Surface Use in the 21st Century in Westminister, Colorado. Lindsay, and her co-presenter, Randy Reed, spoke...read more
Earlier this year Mid-American, public utilities holding company owned by Warren Buffet, filed to acquire Wyoming utility PacifiCorp. More information about the filing can be found on the PSC website. POSTED BY JAMES L. APPLEGATE AT 1:20...read more
Attorneys Richard Mincer and Billie Addleman recently attended the 52nd Annual Convention of the Wyoming Mining Association (WMA) in Sheridan, Wyoming, on June 20 - 22, 2007. The WMA represents 32 mining companies that operate 50 mines producing a variety of minerals....read more