Prior to joining Eversheds Sutherland, Kyle served as in-house counsel to one of the largest investor-owned utility companies in the US, where he negotiated commercial agreements in the energy commodities and infrastructure space and provided regulatory counsel on transactions involving the development, acquisition and sale of electric and natural gas transmission assets. Prior to that, Kyle served as an Attorney in the Office of Administrative Litigation at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Kyle is also active in pro bono matters, including representation of non-profit organizations dedicated to veterans’ assistance, affordable housing and adult education. He also serves as a mentor at the Fresh Air Fund, a non-profit organization dedicated to, among other things, ensuring college admission and graduation for low-income youth in New York City.
Kyle is admitted to the New York State Bar. His work is supervised by District of Columbia Bar members.
Legal Alert: EPA to limit RFS markets and restrict RIN trading - Potential unintended consequences for refiners, renewable fuel producers, and RIN traders (October 25, 2018)
Earlier this month, the White House directed the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to draft and propose rules that would reform and restrict the trading of renewable identification numbers ...
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