Keturah Brown is a senior managing associate in Sidley’s Energy, Transportation, and Infrastructure group. Keturah represents clients on a variety of regulatory, compliance, and transactional matters involving the natural gas markets and U.S. wholesale electricity. Keturah advises energy companies and financial institutions on regulatory requirements under the Natural Gas Act and Federal Power Act. Keturah also advises energy traders and marketers on physical and financial wholesale power and gas transactions, renewable energy credits, mergers and asset acquisition approvals, and regional energy market rules and tariff requirements. Keturah has experience representing clients in regulatory proceedings before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and various state public utility commissions.
Keturah has been included in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch for Energy Law and Environmental Law (2021-2022) and Energy Law, Environmental Law, Litigation - Environmental and Oil and Gas Law (2023). Keturah is president of the Washington D.C., Metropolitan Chapter of the American Association of Blacks in Energy. Keturah also serves as chair of the D.C. Bar Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources Community’s Energy Subcommittee; co-chair of the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources’ Air Quality Committee; communications vice chair of the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources’ Oil and Gas Committee; and D.C. associate leader of Sidley’s Women of Color Initiative.
Keturah focuses her pro bono practice on matters involving children, and represents minors in custody and asylum proceedings.