Jonathan Liteplo works extensively in the area of energy and utilities regulation. As a leading practitioner, Jonathan counsels participants in the electricity, oil and gas, water and wastewater, and mining industries in a broad range of matters before regulatory authorities and the courts.
He represents clients in obtaining revenue requirement and other tariff-related approvals for utilities, including under performance based regulation. Clients also appreciate Jonathan’s depth of experience in obtaining regulatory, environmental and land use planning approvals for electricity generating and transmission facilities, oil and gas production, processing and pipeline facilities, LNG facilities and oil sands projects.
Jonathan has worked on numerous projects requiring federal and provincial environmental assessments and wide-ranging public and First Nations consultation, and has represented energy and utility clients in disputes involving other industry participants.
Jonathan has advised a number of clients, including owners of regulated electricity, water and wastewater facilities; owners of generating facilities; oil and gas producers and midstream operators; oil sands producers; transporters of natural gas and crude oil; buyers and owners under power purchase arrangements; regulated and unregulated retailers of electricity services; energy marketers and importers/exporters; mining companies; and a petrochemical company. Jonathan’s practice is focused on representing proponents, owners and operators of energy and utility infrastructure.