Energy & Natural Resources
Babst Calland’s Energy and Natural Resources Practice Group represents many energy companies across the country on a variety of matters. Energy clients in the oil, gas, coal and aggregate industries receive support from our highly-focused, multidisciplinary legal team.
Babst Calland’s energy attorneys work collaboratively with in-house counsel, executives, and other outside advisors to provide timely and cost effective legal strategy and support. We work with energy clients seeking experience on legal and regulatory matters related to environmental, land use, pipeline safety, construction, litigation, mineral title, business transactions, real estate, and employment and labor.
Babst Calland represents E&P and midstream companies in many of the most active shale plays including Marcellus, Utica, Permian, San Juan, SCOOP/STACK, and Willison among others. We understand each geographic footprint and can best present a preventative legal strategy with a deep knowledge of state regulation and local jurisdictions. Our attorneys play important advisory roles with clients on a myriad of issues related to oil and gas transactions, due diligence, state and federal matters, pipeline safety, local government challenges, lease disputes, royalty interest determinations, and title review.
Our energy clients are the beneficiaries of Babst Calland’s strong, seasoned, and diverse legal team with the experience to provide well-planned strategy to pre-empt or react to whatever challenges lie ahead, whether the issues revolve around E&P, midstream or pipeline operations, or best business practices after applying environmental and energy law and regulations.
- Environmental Services
- Comprehensive Transactional Services for Natural Gas, Coal, Oil & Aggregate Industries
- Due Diligence
- Title Examination
- Creditors Rights & Insolvency
- Energy Litigation
- Minimizing Litigation Lunch and Learn Topics
- Construction Services
- Public Sector & Land Use
- Employment and Labor
- Pipeline & HazMat Safety
- Legal Perspective on Pipeline Safety in the Energy Industry (video)
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