Energy/Counsel/In House/Princeton, New Jersey

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Senior Counsel
Responsibilities: Negotiation of contracts related to power marketing and derivatives including tolling, auctions, RFP responses, fuel supply and transportation, emissions credits, Master Agreements?power and financial (e.g., ISDA, EEI, NAESB), and risk management. Negotiation of emissions contracts including REC/SOX/NOX and regional products, as well as matters involving greenhouse gases such as offset projects and products, legislation, and trading. Dodd-Frank OTC Derivative Regulation. Negotiation of contracts related to coal transportation and supply including master trading agreements, supply agreements, options, rail agreements, vessel charters and barge agreements, railcar leases, and ancillary agreements (e.g., terminal, stevedoring, handling). Negotiation of contracts related to gas supply agreements including gas supply master agreements and standalone gas supply and transportation agreements. Negotiation of contracts related to oil supply and transportation agreements. Management of issues associated with company?s interpretation and compliance with power marketing contracts (e.g., non-litigated disputes, optimization, etc.). Advise regarding proposed initiatives (new products, optimization efforts) and related compliance with applicable law and contractual obligations. Will handle risk policy structure and compliance; risk documentation (guaranties, LC?s). Compliance and utilization of company?s first and second lien collateral structure. General Contract and Transactional Matters. Lead and assist others in the Legal Department in the negotiation and counsel on general contractual matters throughout the organization. Advise and assist on various transactional matters throughout the organization.

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