Greg Junge represents a wide variety of energy companies, including interstate natural gas pipelines, intrastate natural gas pipelines, natural gas marketers, and local distribution companies. Greg’s practice focuses on regulatory counseling and administrative litigation before the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) as well as appellate litigation in federal courts.
Greg works with interstate pipeline clients to develop new service and rate offerings, and to defend pipeline services and rates in administrative proceedings. He has extensive experience representing pipeline clients in rate case litigation under both Section 4 and Section 5 of the Natural Gas Act (NGA), and he represents interstate pipelines regarding certificate and abandonment matters under Section 7 of the NGA.
He serves as co-chair of the firm’s Electric-Gas Coordination working group, and he has worked with electric marketers and electric utilities on various regulatory, transactional, and administrative litigation matters. Greg also represents clients in FERC enforcement investigations and audits, and he assists clients with internal compliance audits and developing compliance programs.
Greg is a frequent instructor at the “Pipeline Training Course” sponsored by New Mexico State University’s Center for Public Utilities, the Energy Bar Association, and the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America. He is also a contributing author of the “AGA FERC Manual: A Guide for Local Distribution Companies,” distributed by the American Gas Association.
Prior to joining Van Ness Feldman, Greg was an Associate at Jones Day, where he represented clients in litigation matters in federal and state courts.
Greg serves as a member of the firm's Executive Committee.
George Washington University School of Law
J.D., with honors, 2004
Member, The George Washington Law Review
Johns Hopkins University
BTI Consulting Group, Client Service All-Star, 2015-2016
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio