Stephanie Regenold focuses her practice on environment, energy and natural resources law. Her practice includes transactional work, including project development and acquisitions, and energy and environmental litigation. Her experience includes drafting complex title opinions involving city tracts in the Bakken Shale Play in Montana and North Dakota, oil and gas title opinions in Wyoming, and title review in Idaho for natural gas drilling and exploration. Aside from drafting title opinions, her oil and gas experience includes negotiations and litigation relating to title, payment of royalties and lease disputes in Montana, North Dakota and Colorado. In addition to oil and gas title work, her practice includes title review of mining claims and mining-related issues in Montana, Alaska and other states.
Stephanie’s experience further extends to forest products/timber, including timber export, title and land disputes, land use/real estate, surface leasing, energy efficiency standards and reporting requirements, debarment under environmental laws, pipeline and transportation of hazardous materials, and permitting and compliance requirements under various statutes, including the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Clean Water Act (CWA), Clean Air Act (CAA), Endangered Species Act (ESA), Federal Land Policy & Management Act (FLPMA), National Forest Management Act (NFMA), Surface Mine Coal and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) and Montana equivalent (SUMRA), electrical distribution rights under the Montana Territorial Integrity Act, and other state law issues.
- Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Member
- Crowley Fleck PLLP, Billings, MT, Associate Attorney, 2011 – 2013