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SAN FRANCISCO �— Douglas A. Oglesby, former Chevron Corp. Energy Solutions vice president and general counsel has joined Hanson, Bridgett, Marcus, Vlahos & Rudy to focus on energy transactions and counseling. Oglesby has spent 30 years handling energy and regulatory law in the electric power industry, including nine years as chief counsel for Pacific Gas & Electric Co.’s electric supply business unit. He also served as vice president and general counsel for PG&E’s energy services unit until the subsidiary was acquired by Chevron in 2000. At Hanson Bridgett he will focus on the firm’s energy and sustainable business practice, specializing in energy transactions, alternative power generation, infrastructure construction contracts, management agreements, as well as wholesale and retail power supply contracts and transmission agreements. While at Chevron he was actively involved in development of energy efficiency, conservation and power systems projects, particularly using biofuels and other renewable resources. Earlier in his career he led the legal team in defending the operating license for PG&E’s Diablo Cany9on Nuclear Power Plant before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and in federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. Oglesby also actively participated in development of the 1992 National Energy Policy Act, helping to shape the provisions relating to independent power development and electric transmission. “This is a great opportunity for me to share my knowledge of the industry with out clients, while continuing to influence public policy by working with government agencies,” Oglesby said of his move. Hanson Bridgett is a 130-lawyer firm with offices in San Francisco and Sacramento, California. Practice areas include traditional general business and corporate law with focus areas in health care, senior housing, construction, intellectual property, and labor and employment and public sector law.

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