Kelley Huemoeller is a licensed attorney with over ten years of experience working for both the public and private energy sectors, working on complex legislative and policy issues. Kelley has experience working all across the west, including in Colorado, Utah, North Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana and at the federal level in Washington, D.C.
Prior to starting her own hybrid law and consulting firm, Kelley worked both in the upstream energy industry and in the renewables sector for a private developer, focused mainly on transmission and energy storage projects. In these roles, Kelley worked on development projects on both private and public lands and has experience with minimizing and avoiding land-use conflicts, permitting, and regulatory compliance.
Additionally, Kelley has advocated on behalf of companies at administrative agency level and through the legislative process. She is experienced in tribal law and has developed tribal relations in various positions. She previously managed an oil and gas company's largest asset at the time, located on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, where she counseled executives on regulatory compliance and policy. Kelley also was responsible for lobbying the North Dakota Legislature on tax and other policy issues impacting these assets in the Williston Basin.
Right out of law school, Kelley worked on litigation and legislative matters as a Special Assistant Attorney General for the Colorado Attorney General’s Office. Kelley also spent five years on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., working for U.S. Senator John Barrasso on a wide-range of topics including natural resources, environmental and public lands issues.