Energy Bar Association awards Bill Mogel the Paul E. Nordstrom Award


The Energy Bar Association (EBA) and the Charitable Foundation of EBA (CFEBA) are pleased to announce that William (Bill) Mogel will be honored with the Paul E. Nordstrom Award at the EBA Mid-Year Meeting and Conference.  The Paul E. Nordstrom award is given to honor and to recognize exemplary long-term service or a particularly significant example of public service by a current or past member to the community through the EBA, the CFEBA, or the Foundation of the Energy Law Journal.  Bill was nominated with several other qualified candidates, and received a number of endorsements and the enthusiastic approval of the EBA and CFEBA Boards.

Bill Mogel is an internationally recognized energy lawyer, author, lecturer, and editor. He has been in private practice for nearly 35 years, and has specialized in representing clients before FERC, its predecessor and state regulatory commissions. He also has been retained in connection with energy projects in China, North Africa, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Alaska. Bill has written extensively, and several of his law review articles have been cited by courts and the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1980, he founded the Energy Law Journal, and served as its Editor-in-Chief for 25 years. In addition, Bill serves as co-editor of Energy Law and Transactions (7 volumes) and editor of Regulation of the Gas Industry (5 volumes). He has lectured at American University Law School, the Law School at the University of Tulsa and Comenius University, Slovak Republic. He also served two terms on Foundation of the Energy Law Journal (FELJ) FEBA's board and was the first president the FELJ.

The award will be presented at the evening of October 23rd during the CFEBA Gala.  The Gala and Conference will be held October 23-24, 2013, at the Renaissance Washington, D.C., Downtown Hotel, 999 Ninth Street, NW, Washington, D.C.

For information on the conference visit: and a press pass, please contact Lisa Levine at EBA, 202.223.5625 or

Founded in 1946, the Energy Bar Association is a non-profit organization of over 2,600 energy attorneys, non-attorney professionals and law students.  The Association sponsors education programs across the country and publishes the Energy Law Journal.