Outgoing FERC Chairman Reveals Law-Firm Plans

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Jon Wellinghoff
National Journal
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Alex Brown
Oct. 21, 2013, 11:48 a.m.

Jon Welling­hoff doesn’t yet know when he’ll leave the Fed­er­al En­ergy Reg­u­lat­ory Com­mis­sion — he’s already seen one po­ten­tial re­place­ment’s nom­in­a­tion fall apart — but he’s now fi­nal­ized his plans for post-agency work. Welling­hoff will join Stoel Rives, an en­ergy law firm, re­ports The Hill.

“He is a lead­er in the en­ergy world and will bring a new di­men­sion to our prac­tice and our firm,” said Gregory Jen­ner, a part­ner at the group. Welling­hoff an­nounced May 28 he would be leav­ing FERC.


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