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Anne Idsal Austin

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

Anne Idsal Austin, a nationally recognized environmental lawyer who has held several high-profile federal and state regulatory roles, is an Environmental & Natural Resources partner in Pillsbury’s Washington, DC and Austin, Texas offices. Focused on strategic counseling and policy from the Sunbelt to the Beltway, Anne helps clients navigate the dynamic regulatory and legal waters in an era of energy transition, decarbonization, carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) and carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) and an emphasis on ESG principles, where pragmatic, farsighted solutions to complex regulatory problems are essential to their business imperatives, continued sustainability and growth.

Prior to joining Pillsbury, Anne was the principal deputy assistant administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’ s Office of Air & Radiation (OAR), where she had primary oversight over United States clean air policy and regulation. Before taking the helm at OAR, Anne served as the EPA regional administrator for Region 6, overseeing all federal environmental programs in Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Arkansas.

Anne similarly served important roles in the Texas state government, shaping environmental and energy policy at the highest levels. She was the Chief Clerk and Deputy Land Commissioner for the Texas General Land Office (GLO), which manages all public lands in the state, a position to which she was promoted after serving as the agency’ s general counsel. Previously, Anne was the general counsel for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Texas’ s state environmental regulator.

Product Type

74th Annual Energy Law Conference

Bianca Roberson |  Christopher S. Kulander |  Dan R. Brouillette |  Mark Robeck |  Meghan McElvy |  Lucian Pera |  Christopher D. Porter |  Kelly Herrera |  ....
Original Program Date:
Feb 16, 2023
$650.00 - Base Price

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