Oil, Gas & Energy Law
At Geary, Porter & Donovan, P.C., lawyers in our oil and gas and energy law group represent the following:
- Independent and privately owned exploration and development companies in banking and investment transactions
- Clients in transactions to acquire oil and gas drilling rights
- Clients in exploration, development and marketing of oil, natural gas, coalbed methane gas, and methane gas from shale formations
- Clients in forming startup companies
- Clients in the acquisition and sale of producing and non-producing oil and gas properties
- Clients in the purchase and sale of companies engaged in oil and natural gas exploration and development
- Service companies to the oil and gas industry, including conventional drilling and directional drilling contractors
- Land and mineral owners in negotiations for the leasing of oil and gas development rights
- Clients in litigation over the payment of royalties and other title, lease and environmental compliance issues
- Clients engaged in the acquisition, development and sale of private fee land and state, federal, and Native American tribal lands
Bruce Claycombe has been listed as a natural resources attorney in the Best Lawyers in America publication (Woodward White, Inc. 2005-2015).
Nationwide Gas & Oil Legal Representation
We have represented our clients in Texas and, through a network of attorneys situated in other jurisdictions, have represented clients in virtually every oil and gas producing state in the United States and in Canada.
Oil, Gas & Energy Law AttorneysBruce W. ClaycombeKim Alan RobertsThomas L. Staley
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