HOUSTON, May 25, 2012 – A panel of seven King & Spalding regulatory, environmental and finance lawyers taught a comprehensive day-and-a-half course on structuring and negotiating key midstream agreements, in Houston, May 23-24. The course, designed for in-house counsel and executives in the upstream and midstream sectors of the oil and gas industry, was presented by Infocast.
Presentations addressed the following main areas of interest:
- Understanding and planning for the environmental, regulatory and technical issues pertinent to midstream project development and transactions
- Types of financing structures typically used for midstream agreements and their risks and rewards
- What to consider when making the decision to buy or build: mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and development considerations
The King & Spalding faculty consisted of:
James Bowe, Jr. (partner, Washington)
Scott Chalmers (foreign legal consultant, Houston)
Ned Crady (partner, Houston)
Todd Holleman (partner, Charlotte)
Penn Huston (partner, Houston)
Peter Oxman (partner, Houston)
Cynthia Stroman (partner, Washington)
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